The **trisuperior-rayo** is equal to Rayo's number^{Rayo's numberRayo's numberRayo's number}.^{[1]} The term was coined by Garrett Wilkinson.

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The '''trisuperior-rayo''' is equal to [[Rayo's number]]<sup>Rayo's number<sup>Rayo's number<sup>Rayo's number</sup></sup></sup>.<ref>[https://sites.google.com/site/numberwikipedia/numbers/trisuperior-rayo Trisuperior-rayo - N U M B 3 R - P 3 D 1 A]</ref> The term was coined by Garrett Wilkinson. |
The '''trisuperior-rayo''' is equal to [[Rayo's number]]<sup>Rayo's number<sup>Rayo's number<sup>Rayo's number</sup></sup></sup>.<ref>[https://sites.google.com/site/numberwikipedia/numbers/trisuperior-rayo Trisuperior-rayo - N U M B 3 R - P 3 D 1 A]</ref> The term was coined by Garrett Wilkinson. |
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