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# Revilo30703

• ## KASE pt 2

January 23, 2016 by Revilo30703

Original Blog: http://googology.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Revilo30703/Knuth%27s_Up_Arrow_Infinite_Expantion

Last time I got up to Ã˜, where if you have aÃ˜b, each place with arrows equals ^(a,a,a,a....a,a,a,a) where the number of "dimensions" equals a and the amount of length/depth or whatever it is in that dimension equals a.

To take this to the next step we'll have to create treat Ã˜ as a single ^. Once we have done that we can do what we did before by creating Ã˜(2), Ã˜(2,1), Ã˜(3,6,34352,34) or whatever craziness you can dream up. To solve that amount of Ã˜'s you would treat them as ^, just make sure not to confuse them with actual ^s. Then you would get a singular Ã˜ the same way ^. Then you would turn that into arrows...

Now if you remember whenâ€¦

• ## Knuth's Up Arrow Infinite Expantion

January 23, 2016 by Revilo30703

Most people on here know Knuth's Up Arrow, if you don't page on this is here: http://googology.wikia.com/wiki/Arrow_notation

In this blog I will take several "jumps," where it gets progressively more huge. With the arrow system, Knuth has just made the "first dimension." Basically the number of arrows increases out in one direction. (When I use ^, I mean a singular up arrow) Normal exponentiation is a^b, then a^^b and so on.  I have simplified it to a^(c)b where c-2 is the number of arrows (a^(2)b is a*b, and a^(1)b is a +b). The next "jump" is going into the second dimension. What I have done for this is have an ^ on top of ^ (I've stopped using the normal up arrows because ^ is a lot easier to use). ^(d,c) is arrows with a "length" (^^^..â€¦