Zero-quinvicenol is defined as Q<10,25> in quick array notation, and is equal to \(250\).[1] The term was coined by Googology Wiki user Nirvana Supermind.


Issues

Main article: quick array notation

Quick array notation and other notations by Nirvana Supermind have many issues related to the ill-definedness, the inconsistency of the explanations, and the differences of the actual values and the intended values. See the main article for more details.

Sources

  1. Numbers from quick array notation - Integral View (retrieved 12:51 UTC 3/11/2021)


See also

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