

A067652


a(n) = H_n(2,3) = H_(n1)(2,4) where H_n is the nth hyperoperator.


2




OFFSET

0,1


COMMENTS

Originally named "2 plus 3, twice 3, 2 to the power of 3, etc."
For hyperoperator definitions and links, see A054871.
For nonnegative n, H_(n)(2,3) = H_(n1)(2,H_(n1)(2,2)) = H_(n1)(2,4) or in the clearer square bracket notation: 2[n]3 = 2[n1]2[n1]2 = 2[n1]4.  Natan Arie Consigli, Dec 07 2015


LINKS

Table of n, a(n) for n=0..5.


EXAMPLE

H_0(2,3) = 3+1 = 4;
H_1(2,3) = 2+3 = 5;
H_2(2,3) = 2*3 = 6;
H_3(2,3) = 2^3 = 2*2*2 = 2*4 = H_2(2,4) = 8;
H_4(2,3) = 2^^3 = 2^2^2 = 2^4 = H_3(2,4) = 16;
H_5(2,3) = 2^^^3 = 2^^2^^2 = 2^^4 = H_4(2,4) = 2^2^2^2 = 2^16 = 65536;
H_6(2,3) = 2^^^^3 = 2^^^2^^^2 = 2^^^4 = H_5(2,4) = 2^^2^^2^^2 = 2^^65536 = 2^2^...^2^2, with 65536 2's.


PROG

(Haskell) f a 0 = 2 + a / f 0 1 = 0 / f 0 n = 1 / f a n = f (f (a1) n) (n1)


CROSSREFS

Cf. A054871.
Sequence in context: A105829 A143903 A006756 * A080805 A104626 A242955
Adjacent sequences: A067649 A067650 A067651 * A067653 A067654 A067655


KEYWORD

nonn,bref


AUTHOR

Ashley Yakeley (ashley(AT)yakeley.org), Feb 03 2002


EXTENSIONS

Hyperoperator notation, new initial term, and examples by Danny Rorabaugh, Oct 14 2015
Sequence merged with H_(n)(2,4) by Natan Arie Consigli, Dec 07 2015


STATUS

approved



