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The tridecal is equal to \(\lbrace10,10,10 \rbrace\) or \(10\lbrace10\rbrace10\) (10 dodecated to 10) in BEAF[1] or 10 bi-rowexponentiated to the third, using the array of operator. The term was coined by Jonathan Bowers.

A tridecal is the tenth Ackermann number.

The term "Infinity Scraper", defined by Jonathan Bowers, refers to any number larger than tridecal.

Sbiis Saibian gave this number another name, deka-endekaxis[2]

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EtymologyEdit

The name of this number is based on tri- (three) and decal- (ten), meaning that there are 3 10's in the array.

= Sources Edit

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  2. https://sites.google.com/site/largenumbers/home/4-3/Hyper-E
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