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revolution
asmhack wrote: privalov what is the y for BB(x) ?? just courius.. 

06 Mar 2008, 18:54 

bitRAKE


06 Mar 2008, 19:01 

revolution


06 Mar 2008, 19:07 

bitRAKE


06 Mar 2008, 19:11 

revolution
bitRAKE wrote:


06 Mar 2008, 19:14 

revolution
bitRAKE wrote: epsilonZ New list: Code: Purely mathematical: 5. epsilonZ bitRAKE 4. Aleph9$$ Tomasz Grysztar 3. AlephF$$ MHajduk 2. AlephZ$$ MHajduk 1. BethZ$$$ bitRAKE 

06 Mar 2008, 19:16 

Tomasz Grysztar
asmhack wrote: it is just set of numbers.. When you use the set theory to define numbers, even the natural numbers are the sets where each number contains all the numbers that are smaller than it. The definition goes this way: 0={} (empty set) 1={0}={{}} 2={0,1}={{},{{}}} 3={0,1,2}=... and so on. The problem here is that revolution didn't say what kind of numbers are allowed. And this is a more serious problem that you may think, because there are some kinds of numbers that are not comparable with natural number, have no linear order at all, etc. For example if I chose to mention here some infinite 2adic number, you wouldn't be able to tell whether this number is bigger or smaller than any of the already mentioned, because padic numbers have no such order structure that would allow that. Even allowing both ordinal numbers and cardinal numbers here is already an abuse, because there are usually many ordinal numbers which have the same cardinality, but which are smaller or larger compared to each other. 

06 Mar 2008, 20:17 

r22
Code: do{X+=9;} I'm sure some compiler would accept that and initialize X as a variable for me. 

06 Mar 2008, 20:59 

tom tobias
tomasz wrote:
revolution wrote:
(2^c)!^c! where "Beth two" i.e. second letter in hebrew alphabet, corresponds to 2^c http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beth_number I foolishly assume that "c" here corresponds to the constant for the speed of light in a vacuum. I have no idea why one employs hebrew characters for anything, but I would prefer any other culture's alphabet to appear on the FASM forum. I still have no idea why one confounds ascii characters with numeric representations. 

06 Mar 2008, 21:02 

r22
Code: LEN(PI) The length of an irrational number FTW and only 7 ascii characters. 

06 Mar 2008, 21:16 

edfed
if you want the bigger number, the ultime, the enormous, the king...
it is 1/0 because 1 is only one, like one tomato, but it is ONE something.. it can be google, or 10^10000000000000000000000000, as you want and zero is the +0, the one defined by thegreybeast before. and then, it is the bigger irrational nuber of the world, of the creation, of the universe. 1/0 is more than infinite. 

06 Mar 2008, 23:02 

bitRAKE
tom tobias wrote: I foolishly assume that "c" here corresponds to the constant for the speed of light in a vacuum. w_1^CK Maybe I should just jump to w_Z^CK$ as the superfactorial of the size of the Zth "smallest ordinal which cannot in any way be represented by a computable function". It's way short of infinity, lol. 

06 Mar 2008, 23:38 

asmhack
Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
you can't just say that for example is a number.. it is just the set of natural numbers.. [1,2,3,...) N* = [1,2,3,...) wrong N* ∈ [1,2,3,...) correct 

07 Mar 2008, 01:03 

bitRAKE
BethZ$^Z
Z$^BethZ 

07 Mar 2008, 01:11 

revolution
Okay folks, you now have two of the three concepts needed and half of the third concept. And you have now 8/9 of the ASCII needed.
I have also made a new number for the new second part of the nonAleph section. MUCH bigger than the current leader in that section. All of the tries posted above do not make it into the top5. You all seem to be trying smaller numbers! 

07 Mar 2008, 02:54 

r22
SUM[n>0]n
Summation of n for all values of n greater than 0. 

07 Mar 2008, 03:25 

revolution
r22 wrote: SUM[n>0]n 

07 Mar 2008, 03:52 

revolution
bitRAKE wrote: BethZ$^Z 

07 Mar 2008, 03:53 

revolution
edfed wrote: 1/0 is more than infinite. 

07 Mar 2008, 03:56 

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