The tetralogue is equal to E1#4 = EEEE1 = 10101010 using Hyper-E notation.[1][2] The term was coined by Sbiis Saibian.

In Ultrex function terms this number is equal to 10 u 2 and thus forms the third exponent of 10 u 3.

Etymology Edit

The name of this number is based on Greek prefix "tetra-" and the suffix "-logue" for "logarithm".

Sources Edit

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