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Borsuc
revolution wrote: Yeah I know, but what is the number you are describing? 

06 Mar 2008, 16:33 

bitRAKE
...but 1/(0+) is defined  it just isn't a specific number.


06 Mar 2008, 17:04 

asmhack
9^^googol
using tetration and ASCII notation a^^b. Since the uparrow is used identically to the caret (^), the tetration operator may be written as (^^). is there something bigger than this shit ? 

06 Mar 2008, 17:22 

revolution
asmhack wrote: 9^^googol 

06 Mar 2008, 17:26 

asmhack
tiny ? that's infinite..


06 Mar 2008, 17:30 

revolution
It's not infinite, it is tiny compared to other numbers. Number size is relative, normally that would be considered large, but here it is very tiny.


06 Mar 2008, 17:33 

asmhack
you will drive me crazy.. tell the answer then if there is something bigger than that.. (with proof).


06 Mar 2008, 17:50 

revolution
The current best posted here so far is:
AlephZ$$ (with Z being allowed in base 36) Already MUCH bigger than 9^^googol. 

06 Mar 2008, 17:53 

asmhack
revolution wrote: The current best posted here so far is: aleph is not a number.. it is just a set of all numbers like natural and such.. it is not constant and since that it is not a number.. plus it has a symbol ... not even ascii but unicode Last edited by asmhack on 06 Mar 2008, 18:13; edited 1 time in total 

06 Mar 2008, 18:10 

revolution
The current top ten:
Code: 10. 9$$$$$$$$ bitRAKE 9. 9($^9$$$) Tomasz Grysztar 8. G($^G$$$) Tomasz Grysztar (belatedly accepted) 7. BB(BB(9)) Tomasz Grysztar 6. (BB^9)(9) Tomasz Grysztar (belatedly accepted) 5. Aleph0 MHajduk 4. Beth two victor 3. Aleph9$$ Tomasz Grysztar 2. AlephF$$ MHajduk 1. AlephZ$$ MHajduk 

06 Mar 2008, 18:13 

revolution
asmhack wrote: aleph is not a number.. 

06 Mar 2008, 18:18 

asmhack
it is just set of numbers..
how a number can include other numbers.. ? 

06 Mar 2008, 18:23 

bitRAKE


06 Mar 2008, 18:23 

revolution
asmhack wrote: it is just set of numbers.. But how about this: We split it into two parts. One part is for the mathematically accepted concept of Alephtype things being numbers and another part for the nonAlephallowed numbers. So the list splits into two: Code: nonAleph: 5. 9$$$$$$$$ bitRAKE 4. 9($^9$$$) Tomasz Grysztar 3. G($^G$$$) Tomasz Grysztar (belatedly accepted) 2. BB(BB(9)) Tomasz Grysztar 1. (BB^9)(9) Tomasz Grysztar (belatedly accepted) Purely mathematical: 5. Aleph0 MHajduk 4. Beth two victor 3. Aleph9$$ Tomasz Grysztar 2. AlephF$$ MHajduk 1. AlephZ$$ MHajduk 

06 Mar 2008, 18:35 

bitRAKE
{BethZ}, only BethZ+1 :/
BethZ$$$ Last edited by bitRAKE on 06 Mar 2008, 18:50; edited 1 time in total 

06 Mar 2008, 18:41 

edfed
i'm not classed... 

06 Mar 2008, 18:45 

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


06 Mar 2008, 18:50 

revolution
bitRAKE wrote: {BethZ}, only BethZ+1 :/ bitRAKE wrote: BethZ$$$ Can anyone do better? 

06 Mar 2008, 18:52 

Artlav
revolution wrote: Alright, I may have misunderstood, but it seems you are trying to say that what ever number I can write there is always a larger number. Is that correct? n: ∀k n>k means "Number n: for any number k n>k." Last edited by Artlav on 06 Mar 2008, 18:54; edited 1 time in total 

06 Mar 2008, 18:53 

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