I'm trying to visualize the derivatives of exponential tetration, by taking the original equation from its graph. Right now there is no elementary way of expressing the derivative. I'm not allowed to download computer sodftware, because my parents, worry this could slow the computer
Usually the equation should be odd:
May I have a graph of 2^^x, with 2 as the base, and x is the number of tetrations, with
x is -4 to 4 interval 1
y is -100 to 100 On the interval 1, because I don't want the image to be distorted on my "Desmos graphing calculator". This CANNOT however graph tetrations.