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comment Notation for n-ary exponentiation
@rayradjr Since $((({x_1}^{x_2})^{\cdots})^{x_{n-1}})^{x_n} = x_1 \text{^}\Big(\prod\limits_{i=2}^{n} x_i \Big)$, we do not need a symbol for left-associative exponentiation. However, nothing like this would work for right-associative exponentiation, hence the question about notation.
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comment Notation for n-ary exponentiation
I think I finally figured out how to get them to look more like accumulation symbols, but they are higher than sum and product symbols.
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comment Notation for n-ary exponentiation
@DanBrumleve Interesting thought. I picked $\text{E}$ for exponent and $4$ for tetration, but it wouldn't render them as accumulation symbols (which is why they are inside product symbols). This way $5$ would work for pentation, etc.
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