# arrow notation造句

### 例句与造句

- Are there corresponding inverses for Knuth's up-
*arrow notation*? - He also invented a nomenclature for exceedingly large numbers, the Conway chained
*arrow notation*. - Is there a way more simple than
*arrow notation*to imagine Graham's number? - Graham's number illustrates this as Knuth's up-
*arrow notation*is used. - David Easdown simplified the definition and formulated the axioms in a special
*arrow notation*invented by him. - It's difficult to find
*arrow notation*in a sentence. 用*arrow notation*造句挺难的 - Regardless, the up arrow means something different in mathematics, see Knuth's up
*arrow notation*. - For such numbers the advantage of using the upward
*arrow notation*no longer applies, and we can also use the chain notation. - In mathematics, the caret can signify exponentiation ( 3 ^ 5 for ), where the usual iterated exponentiation in Knuth's up-
*arrow notation*. - I found Knuth's up-
*arrow notation*but didn't understand it . 00 : 22, 16 August 2014 ( UTC ) Preceding talk) - The Conway chained
*arrow notation*can then be used : a chain of three elements is equivalent with the other notations, but a chain of four or more is even more powerful. - I don't know about the latter, but you might get a sense of the operation at Knuth's up-
*arrow notation*. talk ) 17 : 13, 3 June 2013 ( UTC) - Here, the number 3 \ uparrow \ uparrow \ uparrow \ uparrow3 uses Knuth's up-
*arrow notation*; writing the number out in base 10 would require enormously more writing material than there are atoms in the known universe. - If the height is given only approximately, giving a value at the top does not make sense, so we can use the double-
*arrow notation*, e . g . 10 \ uparrow \ uparrow ( 7.21 \ times 10 ^ 8 ). - and the superscript on " f " indicates an Conway chained
*arrow notation*as \ scriptstyle f ( n ) \; = \; 3 \ rightarrow 3 \ rightarrow n, and this notation also provides the following bounds on " G ": - Bowers work is quite sound mathematically, with a notation not far removed to some very distinguished mathematicians Conway chained
*arrow notation*, I'd probably say notable, as they are probably the largest numbers every described, but don't think they are notable enough to warrant individual redirects.

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