The giaxul is equal to 200![200], using Hyperfactorial array notation.[1] It also can be written as 200![1,2]. The term was coined by Lawrence Hollom.

Etymology Edit

The name of this number is based on the word "giant" and the number "faxul".

Approximations in other notations Edit

Notation Approximation
Chained arrow notation \(200\rightarrow200\rightarrow199\rightarrow200\)
Notation Array Notation \((200\{3,3\}200)\)
Hyper-E notation \(E200\#\#200\#\#200\)
BEAF \(\{200,200,199,2\}\)
X-Sequence Hyper-Exponential Notation \(200\{X*2\}199\)
Fast-growing hierarchy \(f_{\omega+199}(200)\)
Hardy hierarchy \(H_{\omega^{\omega+199}}(200)\)
Slow-growing hierarchy \(g_{\varphi(1,198,0)}(200)\)

Sources Edit

  1. Lawrence Hollom's large numbers site

See also Edit

Giaxul group: Giaxul · Kilogiaxul · Megagiaxul · Gigagiaxul · Teragiaxul · Petagiaxul · Exagiaxul · Grand Giaxul · Grand Kilogiaxul · Grand Megagiaxul · Grand Gigagiaxul · Grand Teragiaxul · Grand Petagiaxul · Grand Exagiaxul · Bigrand Giaxul · Bigrand Kilogiaxul · Bigrand Megagiaxul · Trigrand Giaxul · Trigrand Kilogiaxul · Trigrand Megagiaxul · Quadgrand Giaxul · Quintgrand Giaxul
Giabixul group: Giabixul · Kilogiabixul · Megagiabixul · Gigagiabixul · Grand Giabixul · Grand Kilogiabixul · Grand Megagiabixul · Grand Gigagiabixul · Bigrand Giabixul · Trigrand Giabixul
Giatrixul group: Giatrixul · Kilogiatrixul · Megagiatrixul · Gigagiatrixul · Grand Giatrixul · Grand Kilogiatrixul · Grand Megagiatrixul · Grand Gigagiatrixul · Bigrand Giatrixul · Trigrand Giatrixul
Giaquaxul group: Giaquaxul · Kilogiaquaxul · Megagiaquaxul · Gigagiaquaxul · Grand Giaquaxul · Grand Kilogiaquaxul · Grand Megagiaquaxul · Grand Gigagiaquaxul · Bigrand Giaquaxul · Trigrand Giaquaxul

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