Giggol
Template:PROD2 Template:PROD2 Giggol is equal to {10,100,2} in BEAF, or 10 tetrated to 100.^{[1]} Thus, it is equal to ^{100}10 = 10^{10...1010}, where there are 100 tens. The term was coined by Jonathan Bowers.
This number is also called hectalogue by Sbiis Saibian, and it's equal to E1#100 = E10#99 = E10^{10}#98 in Hyper-E notation.^{[2]}^{[3]}
It was the last number listed in Robert Munafo's Notable Properties of Specific Numbers.^{[4]} In February 2013, it was superseded by mega.
Username5243 calls this number doogol, and it's equal to 10[2]100 in Username5243's Array Notation.^{[5]}
DeepLineMadom calls this number quadoogol, and it's equal to 10[4]100 using DeepLineMadom's Array Notation.^{[6]}
Approximations[edit]
Notation | Lower bound | Upper bound |
---|---|---|
Arrow notation | 10↑↑100 | |
Steinhaus-Moser Notation | 98[4] | 99[4] |
Chained arrow notation | 10→100→2 | |
Hyper-E notation | E1#100 | |
Hyperfactorial array notation | 102!1 | 103!1 |
Nested Factorial Notation | 98![2] | 99![2] |
Fast-growing hierarchy | f_3(98) | f_3(99) |
Hardy hierarchy | H_{(ω2)99}(30) | H_{(ω2)99}(31) |
Slow-growing hierarchy | g_{ε0}[101](10) |
Sources[edit]
- ↑ Bowers, Jonathan. "Infinity Scrapers". Retrieved January 2013. Check date values in:
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(help) - ↑ Sbiis Saibian, Hyper-E Numbers
- ↑ Sbiis Saibian's Ultimate Large Numbers List
- ↑ Notable Properties of Specific Numbers (page 22)
- ↑ Part 1 - My Large Numbers
- ↑ DeepLineMadom's googology - Numbers I've coined (Retrieved 4 May 2022)
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