The trisept is equal to $ \lbrace7,7,7 \rbrace $ or $ 7\lbrace7\rbrace7 $ (7 nonated to 7) in BEAF.[1] The term was coined by Jonathan Bowers. This is the seventh Ackermann number.

Etymology Edit

The name of this number is based on tri- (three) and septa- (seven), meaning that there are 3 7's in the array.

Sources Edit

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See also Edit

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Octatri series:

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Duoctatri series:

Duenneatri series:

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Triakulus series:

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