The bangulus is equal to {10,100 (0,0,3) 2} in BEAF. Its structural array has 1001002*3 entries in total. The term was coined by Jonathan Bowers.[1]

Etymology Edit

The name of this number is based on Latin prefix "bi-" and the number "gangulus".

Approximations Edit

Notation Approximation
Bird's array notation \(\{10,100 [1,1,4] 2\}\)
Aarex's array notation \(\{10,100 [1[3]4] 2\}\)
Cascading-E notation \(E100\#\text{^}(\#\text{^}\#\#*\#\text{^}\#\#*\#\text{^}\#\#)100\)
Hyperfactorial Array Notation \(100![1,[1,[1,3,3],1,2],1,3]\)
Fast-growing hierarchy \(f_{\omega^{\omega^{(\omega^2) 3}}}(100)\)
Hardy hierarchy \(H_{\omega^{\omega^{\omega^{(\omega^2) 3}}}}(100)\)
Slow-growing hierarchy \(g_{\vartheta(\Omega^{\Omega^{\Omega^22+\Omega\omega}})}(100)\)

Sources Edit

  1. Bowers, JonathanInfinity Scrapers. Retrieved January 2013.

See also Edit

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