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Hyper-Log notation or Hyper-L notation is an extension of the Log function that itself is a fast growing function, but not fast enough. Hyper-L notation is as follows. The standard notation is L(n) to indicate it is a hyper-L function.


First order Hyper-L function:

Representation: L(n)

Rule: L(n)= log(n)


Examples:

L(5)= 100,000

L(33)= decillion

L(100)= googol

L(googol)= googolplex


Second Order Hyper-L Function:

Representation: L((n))

Rule: L((n))= 10^(log(n))^(log(n))^...^(log(n)); where ... equals log(n)


Examples:

L((5))= 10^100,000^100,000^...^100,000 (... = 100,000)

L((33))= 10^decillion^decillion^...^decillion (... = decillion)

L((100))= 10^googol^googol^googol^...^googol (... = googol)

L((googol))= 10^googolplex^googolplex^...^googolplex (... = googolplex)


Third Order Hyper-L Function:

Representation: L(((n)))

Rule: \(10 \uparrow\uparrow...\uparrow\uparrow(N)\) with log(n) up arrows


Examples:

L(((5)))= \(10 \uparrow\uparrow...\uparrow\uparrow(100,000)\) with 100,000 up arrows

L(((33)))= \(10 \uparrow\uparrow...\uparrow\uparrow(decillion)\) with decillion up arrows

L(((100)))= \(10 \uparrow\uparrow...\uparrow\uparrow(googol)\) with googol up arrows

L(((googol)))= \(10 \uparrow\uparrow...\uparrow\uparrow(googolplex)\) with googolplex up arrows


Beyond 3rd Order Hyper-L

Continues with same expansion rate seen before:

Representation: L(...(n)...) with any amount of parenthesis

Rule: depends on # of parenthesis


Examples:

L((((((((((googol))))))))))= Dekalogogoogol

L(...(googol)...) when ... is L((((((((((googol)))))))))) = Duodekalogogoogol

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