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leave answer in whole number not exponent

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leave answer in whole number not exponent

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[tex] 400^{400^{400^{...}}}\cdot 800^{800^{800^{...}}} [/tex]

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Do you have any reason to think that such a sequence converges?

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Abia, consistent no doubt. I think you mean a power tower like:

"The 400'th root of 400"

[tex]\sqrt[400]{400}\approx 1.01509[/tex]

I think that's in the range of convergence.

Edit: The 800 one too for that matter.

"The 400'th root of 400"

[tex]\sqrt[400]{400}\approx 1.01509[/tex]

I think that's in the range of convergence.

Edit: The 800 one too for that matter.

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and breath y^y^y^y^y^y..... where x is 400^ 1/400 and y is 800^ 1/800.

leaving answer in whole number not decimal or exponent

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Hello Abia. Yea, leaving it in whole numbers . . . hum . . . how about expressing the power towers in terms of Lambert W-functions (which can be done and in whole numbers), and in this way then the area is just a product of two such expressions.abia ubong said:leaving answer in whole number not decimal or exponent

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pls explain

pls explain

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Check out Power Towers, and Lambert W-functions in MathWorld. Try that first.mathelord said:do not understand

pls explain

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