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Indices Notation

by Big-Daddy
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Big-Daddy
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May11-13, 04:59 PM
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Is there an equivalent notation to Capital Pi notation (multiplier) and Sigma notation (summer) for raising to the power?

e.g. x1^x2^x3^x4...^xn=Notation(i=1 to i=n)(xi)

Where "Notation" represents the symbol in question (analogous to Sigma for sums, Capital Pi for multiplication)?
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May11-13, 07:56 PM
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You mean something like:
$$\Xi_{i=1}^n x_i = x_1^{x_2^{x_3^{\cdots x_n}}}$$ ... no.


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