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 2d asked Spaces of visual patterns, but not recurse/chaos. Apr11 comment Interpreting $n!$ as the volume of a $1 \times 2 \cdots \times n$ box I've added more detail to describe this. Apr11 revised Interpreting $n!$ as the volume of a $1 \times 2 \cdots \times n$ box added 364 characters in body Apr11 revised Interpreting $n!$ as the volume of a $1 \times 2 \cdots \times n$ box deleted 6 characters in body Apr11 revised Interpreting $n!$ as the volume of a $1 \times 2 \cdots \times n$ box added 59 characters in body Apr11 revised Interpreting $n!$ as the volume of a $1 \times 2 \cdots \times n$ box added 59 characters in body Apr11 answered Interpreting $n!$ as the volume of a $1 \times 2 \cdots \times n$ box Apr10 comment What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) Sorry about this, I've now made the question even clearer I think, you may be able to expand your answer still, or have some insight into math.stackexchange.com/questions/1226791/…↑↑ Apr10 revised What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) added 144 characters in body Apr10 comment What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) From what I understood in the link, real rank hyperoperations perhaps gives the answer :-) "rank" seems as if it should be the right name for this first parameter, I couldn't find the name only how to write it, a real here would allow for exploration of other interesting ranks as well such as 1.5 Apr10 comment What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) G(3, x, y) = x ^ y, G(2, x, y) = x * y, G(1, x, y) = x + y, G(x) = x + 1. I'm asking about G(-1, x, y), not G(n, -1, y), although your post was very interesting, particularly the stuff about tetrations. Apr10 revised Lengths of the shortest “simple” equation, that use only the number '1', equal to a given natural numbers. deleted 37 characters in body Apr9 revised What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) deleted 7 characters in body Apr9 revised What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) added 83 characters in body Apr9 asked What number is equal to ↑-3 or G(-1, x, y) Apr9 revised Inverse and named fixed values, with ↑↑? edited title Apr9 comment Inverse and named fixed values, with ↑↑? Thanks, I think maybe "Super Logarithm" then. 3 + 4 = 7, 7 - 4 = 3. 3 * 4 = 12, 12 / 4 = 3. 3 ^ 4 = 81, Log3 81 = 3. 3 ↑↑ 4 = h, SuperLog3(h) = 3. Apr9 revised Inverse and named fixed values, with ↑↑? added 11 characters in body Apr9 revised Inverse and named fixed values, with ↑↑? added 12 characters in body Apr9 asked Inverse and named fixed values, with ↑↑?