This is a general rule for big numbers:

Basic Info:

Unation is addition, bination is multiplication, trination are exponents, tetration is tetration, and so on.

The process completed is the number of up arrows minus 2. Therefore, pentation (5) is 3 up arrows since 5 - 2 = 3.

Then unmination is subtraction, bimination is division, trimination is roots, and so on.

The Rules:

1. A "big number" is defined as any number above the __tetration__ of 100

2. Adding two big numbers together is always roughly equal to the larger of the two numbers

3. Subtracting two big numbers from one another is always roughly equal to the larger of the two numbers, or to the negative of the larger number depending on which is being subtracted from which

4. Multiplying two big numbers together is always roughly equal to the larger of the two numbers

5. Dividing two big numbers together is always roughly equal to the larger of the two numbers

6. Taking a simple power of a big number is always roughly equal to the number

7. Taking a simple root of a big number is always roughly equal to the number

And those are the rules! Feel free to suggest more.

JTOnstead20 (talk) 22:02, September 8, 2016 (UTC)