tetration vs Tetration iterates vs tetration superfunctions.. preferred method? both? leon Junior Fellow Posts: 29 Threads: 4 Joined: Oct 2023 10/10/2023, 01:33 PM Mine is tetration because my math is strong. i see things like hyper-operation and pentation as ways to expand on things like tetration, like doing a convergent tetration or tetration iterate. so combinations of the two are like that for me, a tetration iterate and a tetration. i dont suffer from any sort of inumeracy. but where they are independent methods is as divergent as the biggest hyperoperation, and convergent like a way of using two at once more efficiently, as efficient as alternating convergence and divergence for the superfunctions and iterates and iterative superfunctions or superfunction, etc, hyper-infinitely hyper-infinite sum or riemann sum etc when tetration iterates use things like Riemann sums and fixed points in the unsigned area or Gaussian strings for bigger sequences, does every convergent iterate that would be bigger than 2 divergent (more appropriate, and functional hyper-infinite metaphors) iterates have more interdependent hyperoperator equation than tricomposite functions? Do things like function variables that expand as the variables of the Riemann sum and the derivatives and the fixed point's hyper-infinite  mistake possibility make the ones that aren't Guassian big or Gaussian group big like a mulanept or schroeder equation group or cauchy superfunctor group or superfunction group (thinking of as functions and hyperfunction hyper-infinitemany as possible) into as big a variable generator as possible? Doing things like multiple ones at the same time, does that make things bigger like mulanept pattern groups or rings? supersets and superset systems that use 2 slopes and 2 derivatives? The variables could divide more or not or could make things like decomposiitions and bicomposite functions. So like a super Riemann sum or Schroeder equation would be  to exted to complex numbers you could think like for a mulanept pattern with two riemman sums anytime anything more derivative than an x is like a bicomposite function and makes it so that two mulanept bicomposite functions are x and x can not hyper-operate on y(x(yxy) function y or x & y(x(y(x(yxy or x and x(y(x(yxy) can hyper-operate to hyper-operate and tetrate, pentate, hexate etc like a Riemannian (hyper-x) or (hyper-x - y) that is Gaussian or like a mulanept or two! like a (hyper-hyper-x) really stated (hyper-(hyper-x)hyper-x(2))) to make like a bicomposite superfunction or Gauss function and super function group and re-iterate (re-iterate) and use the grid and really exponentiate without using the syntax and the tricomposite function that the sum or the Schroeder couldn't hyper-operate (or more) past wouldn't be like two tetrations or a hyper-Gauss function. and is like the anything more derivative than an x or 2 x's is like a bicomposite Gauss function and makes it so that two mulanept bicomposite functions are x and x can not hyper-operate on y(x(yxy) function y or x & y(x(y(x(yxy or x and x(y(x(yxy) can hyper-operate x would not operate or hyper-operate on an x or x3 These two tetrations diverge and converge alternatingly (hyper-infinitely) and can be used with two tetration extensions at the same time or times hyper-infinitely and make a tetration that converges and diverges at the same time, as well as two others that can Riemannian sum a variable or Schroeder equation 2 variables better. I wonder what tetration forums favorite is, two tetrations, a tetration (straight up, no extra logic or method) and a tetration something (convergence) etc or straight up tetration. or two of these at the same time. thoughts? thanks tetration « Next Oldest | Next Newest »

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