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Using this definition, dumevalka can be calculated as 2[2,2] = 2[[2]] =2[2]=22.Dutridumevalkaand duquodumevalka are also equal to 22 because for anyb, 2[b,2]=2[[[..[[2]]..]]](bbrackets)= 2[[..[[2]]..]] (b-1 brackets) = 2[b-1,2], so2[4,2]=2[3,2] = 2[2,2] = 22. This is another example of degenerate cases in googological functions, seen with inputs of 2.

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[[Twenty-twos]], a googologism with a similar name to this number, is equal to 20 copies of 2, or 10 copies of 22.

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The numbers '''dumevalka''', '''dutridumevalka''', '''duquodumevalka''' are defined as 2[2,2], 2[3,2], 2[4,2] respectively, using SpongeTechX's [[copy notation]].<ref>[http://sites.google.com/site/stxgoogology/home/numbers-1 STX Googology]</ref> They are all equal to 22, since <nowiki>2[2,2] = 2[[2]] = 2[2] = 22, 2[3,2] = 2[[[2]]] = 2[[2]] = 22, 2[4,2] = 2[[[[2]]]] = 2[[[2]]] = 22.</nowiki>

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Latest revision as of 20:20, February 4, 2018

Twenty-two (22) is a positive integer one more than 21 and one less than 23.</p>

Twenty-twos, a googologism with a similar name to this number, is equal to 20 copies of 2, or 10 copies of 22.

The numbers dumevalka, dutridumevalka, duquodumevalka are defined as 2[2,2], 2[3,2], 2[4,2] respectively, using SpongeTechX's copy notation.^{[1]} They are all equal to 22, since 2[2,2] = 2[[2]] = 2[2] = 22, 2[3,2] = 2[[[2]]] = 2[[2]] = 22, 2[4,2] = 2[[[[2]]]] = 2[[[2]]] = 22.