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Sextitar is equal to \(Tar(6)=f_{\underbrace{C(C(\cdots(C(C(\Omega_{6}2,0),0),\cdots ),0)}_{6\text{ C's}}}(6)\) using the fast-growing hierarchy with fundamental sequences nine duovigintillion nine hundred and ninety nine unvigintillion nine hundred and ninety nine vigintillion eight hundred and eighty eight novemdecillion eight hundred and eighty eight octodecillion eight hundred and seventy seven septendecillion seven hundred and seventy seven sexdecillion seven hundred and seventy six quindecillion nine duovigintillion nine hundred and ninety nine unvigintillion nine hundred and ninety nine vigintillion eight hundred and eighty eight novemdecillion eight hundred and eighty eight octodecillion eight hundred and seventy seven septendecillion seven hundred and seventy seven sexdecillion seven hundred and seventy six quindecillion six hundred and sixty six quattuordecillion six hundred and sixty six tredecillion six hundred and fifty five duodecillion five hundred and fifty five undecillion five hundred and fifty five decillion four hundred and forty four nonillion four hundred and forty four octillion four hundred and forty three septillion three hundred and thirty three sextillion three hundred and thirty three quintillion three hundred and twenty two quadrillion two hundred and twenty two trillion two hundred and twenty two billion one hundred and eleven million one hundred and eleven thousand one hundred and eleve hundred and sixty six quattuordecillion six hundred and sixty six tredecillion six hundred and fifty five duodecillion five hundred and fifty five undecillion five hundred and fifty five decillion four hundred and forty four nonillion four hundred and forty four octillion four hundred and forty three septillion three hundred and thirty three sextillion three hundred and thirty three quintillion three hundred and twenty two quadrillion two hundred and twenty two trillion two hundred and twenty two billion one hundred and eleven million one hundred and eleven thousand one hundred and eleve Taranovsky's notation.[1] The term was coined by wiki user Denis Maksudov.

Etymology Edit

The 2 parts of the name, "sexti" and "tar", mean \(6\) and Tar function (from Taranovsky's notation) respectively, which form \(Tar(6)\) when concatenated backwards. So the full name indicates how the number is constructed.

Sources Edit

  1. My system of number names (FGS) - Traveling To The Infinity

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Template:Numbers by Denis Maksudov

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