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\(a \uparrow b=a^b\\ a \uparrow\uparrow b=a \uparrow (a \uparrow (a \uparrow (... \uparrow a)))\\ a \uparrow\uparrow\uparrow b=a \uparrow\uparrow (a \uparrow\uparrow (a \uparrow\uparrow (... \uparrow\uparrow a)))\\ ...\\\)

\(3 \uparrow 3 = 3^3 = 9\\ 3 \uparrow\uparrow 3 = 3^{3^3} = 3^{27} = 7625597484987\\ 3 \uparrow\uparrow\uparrow 3 = 3^{3^{3^3}} = 3^{3^{27}} = 3^{7625597484987} = WAY \space to \space BIG \space number\\ 3 \uparrow\uparrow\uparrow\uparrow 3 = 3^{3^{3^{3^3}}} = 3^{3^{3^{27}}} = 3^{3^{7625597484987}} = 3^{WAY \space to \space BIG \space number} = INSANELY, \space WAY, \space WAY \space TO \space BIG \space NUMBER!!!\)

 Apr 28, 2016
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Way "to" big?  

 

 

Just because this is a math forum doesn't mean that proper spelling has vanished.

 Apr 28, 2016
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I did it because:

It would block out some of my writing, and of course, I would not like that.

User101  Apr 28, 2016
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wow...i dont think i can solve that....I AM IN MY LAST MIDDLE SCHOOL YEAR!!!! THAT IS WAYYYYYYYYY TO HARD!!!!

 Apr 28, 2016
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well, this is about GRAM'S NUMBER!!!

User101  Apr 28, 2016
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THAT NUMBER....TOO LARGE....HOLLY?? WHO 

 

IS HOLLY

 

HOLLY SOUNDS LIKE A BLAST NOT GONNA LIE 😍 😍👌

 May 1, 2016

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