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Posted by Mark on December 23, 2003 05:56:56 UTC

Would it always be true that were an integer (excluding zero) the input value of a transcendental equation, the resulting output will always be a transcendental number?

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Can tetration be generalized to include complex numbers; is there such a thing as tetration to a complex argument? Is there a name for inverse tetration?

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