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The infinite tetration of ${x}$ basically means that we take a value and we continue to raise the value to its power forever. If that sounds confusing, it can be thought of as infinite repeated exponentiation of ${x}$. Now, my question is, will this value converge for any vale of ${x}$? In other words, is there a value that this will get infinitely close to when ${x}$ is a certain value?


merged by Alexander Gruber Dec 3 '18 at 4:41

This question was merged with Infinite tetration, convergence radius because it is an exact duplicate of that question.

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