Typical results when computing n {{{2}}} m.

Multiexplosion refers to the binary function \(a \{\{\{2\}\}\} b = \{a,b,2,3\} = \underbrace{a \{\{\{1\}\}\} a \{\{\{1\}\}\} \ldots \{\{\{1\}\}\} a \{\{\{1\}\}\} a}_b\), using BEAF.[1]

In the fast-growing hierarchy, \(f_{\omega2+2}(n)\) approximately corresponds to multiexplodal growth rate.

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