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 A211662 Number of iterations log_3(log_3(log_3(...(n)...))) such that the result is < 2. 6
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 OFFSET 1,9 LINKS Table of n, a(n) for n=1..107. FORMULA With the exponentiation definition E_{i=1..n} c(i) := c(1)^(c(2)^(c(3)^(...(c(n-1)^(c(n))))...))); E_{i=1..0} := 1; example: E_{i=1..4} 3 = 3^(3^(3^3)) = 3^(3^27), we get: a(E_{i=1..n} 3) = a(E_{i=1..n-1} 3)+1, for n>=1. G.f.: g(x)= 1/(1-x)*sum_{k=1..infinity} x^(E_{i=1..k} b(i,k)), where b(i,k)=3 for i

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