The hexadecal is equal to {10,10,10,10,10,10} in BEAF[1] or 10 bi-rowexponentiated to the sixth, using the array of operator. The term was coined by Jonathan Bowers.

Hexadecal is comparable to \(f_{\omega^4}(10)\) in the fast-growing hierarchy.


The name of this number is based on the words "hexa-" (greek: six) and "decal-" (greek: ten), meaning that there are 6 10's in the array.

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