- The Lambda function is a function defined by SpongeTechX.
This function defines how many observable universes the digits of a number can fill, if the digits were all the size of a Planck length, the smallest physically possible length.
The number before the "Λ" represents the number being repeated. If there is no number before the "Λ", then the digits used will just be one followed by zeroes.
A good example is 3Λ(2), where the amount of threes, all Planck length sized, can fill 2 observable universes.
- nΛ(m) = the amount of n's can fill m observable universes
- Λ(a) = 10000000000000..... where the amount of zeroes minus one can fill a observable universes