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 Author: frederick  [ Thu Mar 06, 2014 4:52 pm ] Post subject: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 2 digit table:1 = 1^2, 1^3, 1^4, 1^5, 1^6, 1^7, 1^82 = 2^13 = 3^14 = 4^15 = 5^16 = 6^17 = 7^18 = 8^1, 2^39 = 3^216 = 2^4, 4^225 = 5^232 = 2^536 = 6^249 = 7^264 = 2^6, 4^3, 8^281 = 3^4125 = 5^3128 = 2^7216 = 6^3243 = 3^5256 = 2^8343 = 7^3512 = 8^3625 = 5^4729 = 3^61,024 = 4^51,296 = 6^42,187 = 3^72,401 = 7^44,096 = 4^6, 8^46,561 = 3^87,776 = 6^515,625 = 5^616,384 = 4^716,807 = 7^532,768 = 8^565,536 = 4^878,125 = 5^7117,649 = 7^6262,144 = 8^6279,936 = 6^7390,625 = 5^81,679,616 = 6^82,097,152 = 8^75,764,801 = 7^8So, are we having fun yet!? 3 digit table:1 = 1^(1^1), 1^(1^2), 1^(1^3), 1^(1^4), 1^(1^5), 1^(1^6), 1^(1^7), 1^(1^8), 1^(2^1), 1^(2^2), 1^(2^3), 1^(2^4), 1^(2^5), 1^(2^6), 1^(2^7), 1^(2^8), 1^(3^1), 1^(3^2), 1^(3^3), 1^(3^4), 1^(3^5), 1^(3^6), 1^(3^7), 1^(3^8), 1^(4^1), 1^(4^2), 1^(4^3), 1^(4^4), 1^(4^5), 1^(4^6), 1^(4^7), 1^(4^8), 1^(5^1), 1^(5^2), 1^(5^3), 1^(5^4),1^(5^5), 1^(5^6), 1^(5^7), 1^(5^8), 1^(6^1), 1^(6^2), 1^(6^3), 1^(6^4), 1^(6^5), 1^(6^6), 1^(6^7), 1^(6^8), 1^(7^1), 1^(7^2), 1^(7^3), 1^(7^4), 1^(7^5), 1^(7^6), 1^(7^7), 1^(7^8), 1^(8^1), 1^(8^2), 1^(8^3), 1^(8^4), 1^(8^5), 1^(8^6), 1^(8^7), 1^(8^8)2 = 2^(1^1), 2^(1^2), 2^(1^3), 2^(1^4), 2^(1^5), 2^(1^6), 2^(1^7), 2^(1^8)3 = 3^(1^1), 3^(1^2), 3^(1^3), 3^(1^4), 3^(1^5), 3^(1^6), 3^(1^7), 3^(1^8)4 = 4^(1^1), 4^(1^2), 4^(1^3), 4^(1^4), 4^(1^5), 4^(1^6), 4^(1^7), 4^(1^8), 2^(2^1) 5 = 5^(1^1), 5^(1^2), 5^(1^3), 5^(1^4), 5^(1^5), 5^(1^6), 5^(1^7), 5^(1^8)6 = 6^(1^1), 6^(1^2), 6^(1^3), 6^(1^4), 6^(1^5), 6^(1^6), 6^(1^7), 6^(1^8)7 = 7^(1^1), 7^(1^2), 7^(1^3), 7^(1^4), 7^(1^5), 7^(1^6), 7^(1^7), 7^(1^8)8 = 8^(1^1), 8^(1^2), 8^(1^3), 8^(1^4), 8^(1^5), 8^(1^6), 8^(1^7), 8^(1^8), 2^(3^1)9 = 3^(2^1) 16 = 2^(2^2), 2^(4^1), 4^(2^1) 25 = 5^(2^1)27 = 3^(3^1) 32 = 2^(5^1)36 = 6^(2^1)49 = 7^(2^1)64 = 2^(6^1), 4^(3^1), 8^(2^1)81 = 3^(2^2), 3^(4^1)125 = 5^(3^1)128 = 2^(7^1)216 = 6^(3^1)243 = 3^(5^1)256 = 2^(2^3), 2^(8^1), 4^(2^2), 4^(4^1)343 = 7^(3^1)512 = 2^(3^2), 8^(3^1) 625 = 5^(2^2), 5^(4^1)729 = 3^(6^1)1,024 = 4^(5^1)1,296 = 6^(2^2), 6^(4^1)2,187 = 3^(7^1)2,401 = 7^(2^2), 7^(4^1)3,125 = 5^(5^1)4,096 = 4^(6^1), 8^(2^2), 8^(4^1)6,561 = 3^(2^3), 3^(8^1)7,776 = 6^(5^1)15,625 = 5^(6^1)16,384 = 4^(7^1)16,807 = 7^(5^1)19,683 = 3^(3^2)32,768 = 8^(5^1)46,656 = 6^(6^1)65,536 = 2^(2^4), 2^(4^2), 4^(2^3), 4^(8^1)78,125 = 5^(7^1)117,649 = 7^(6^1)262,144 = 4^(3^2), 8^(6^1)279,936 = 6^(7^1)390,625 = 5^(2^3), 5^(8^1) 823,543 = 7^(7^1)1,679,616 = 6^(2^3), 6^(8^1)1,953,125 = 5^(3^2)2,097,152 = 8^(7^1)5,764,801 = 7^(2^3), 7^(8^1)10,077,696 = 6^(3^2)16,777,216 = 8^(2^3), 8^(8^1)33,554,432 = 2^(5^2)40,353,607 = 7^(3^2)43,046,721 = 3^(2^4), 3^(4^2) 134,217,728 = 2^(3^3), 8^(3^2)4,294,967,296 = 2^(2^5), 4^(2^4), 4^(4^2)

 Author: pnm  [ Thu Mar 06, 2014 5:15 pm ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 Thanks for re-posting (with permission )I'm not sure why the original tables (at viewtopic.php?f=3&t=469) had to be deleted?One of the puzzles with exponentiation has moved to the 'subscribers only' section, so the tables had to go?Patrick

 Author: skeeter84  [ Fri Mar 07, 2014 3:00 am ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 I had originally posted my exponentiation tables to help everybody else out. When the exponentiation puzzle became only for subscribers, I was upset that I no longer could access it. Having been blocked from a puzzle I helped other people to solve, I got "spiteful" and decided to trash my tables. And then skeeter84 had an idea - an AWFUL idea! *evil Grinch smile*

 Author: pnm  [ Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:57 am ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 skeeter84 wrote:I had originally posted my exponentiation tables to help everybody else out. When the exponentiation puzzle became only for subscribers, I was upset that I no longer could access it. Having been blocked from a puzzle I helped other people to solve, I got "spiteful" and decided to trash my tables. And then skeeter84 had an idea - an AWFUL idea! *evil Grinch smile*Oh dear There still is the 7x7 "multiop" on Mondays (but of course that hardly has exponentiation in it)(I'm thinking the multiop should have 'bitwise OR' again)My guess now is you'll start submitting user puzzles with exponentiation Or I could replace one of the existing special puzzles (or a regular puzzle) with an exponentiation one?Patrick

 Author: veryevilking  [ Fri Jan 30, 2015 2:16 pm ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 (edited by pnm, cropped the original image)

 Author: marblevolcano  [ Mon Jun 27, 2016 4:35 pm ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 frederick wrote:So, are we having fun yet!? Yes, this table is AWESOME I could stare at it for hours... by the way, you can get books with exponentation on calcudoku.org - 121 Advanced Puzzles is one of those books. It's fantastic for avid solvers who want to get more out of the website, and it's only 11 or 12 US dollars.

 Author: skeeter84  [ Tue Jun 28, 2016 5:02 am ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 Thanks, marblevolcano - I'm glad you like my exponentiation tables. I also wanted to say thanks to veryevilking and pnm for the 2-digit table with the digits 1-12. I was thinking about making changes to my above tables to include 9's and maybe up to 12 at some point.

 Author: pnm  [ Tue Jun 28, 2016 9:55 am ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 skeeter84 wrote:Thanks, marblevolcano - I'm glad you like my exponentiation tables. I also wanted to say thanks to veryevilking and pnm for the 2-digit table with the digits 1-12.Well I only cropped the image (it was 3000x4000 pixels or so, with the table taking up maybe 8% of the whole space).That said, I'm now looking at the powers of 2 list, thinking something is not right (if you're in computingyou basically dream powers of 2 ) - there are a few errors in there

 Author: paulv66  [ Tue Jun 28, 2016 10:37 am ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 pnm wrote:I'm now looking at the powers of 2 list, thinking something is not right (if you're in computingyou basically dream powers of 2 ) - there are a few errors in there It's just from 2^17 upwards.

 Author: nicow  [ Wed Jun 29, 2016 7:58 pm ] Post subject: Re: Exponentiation Tables - originally courtesy of skeeter84 New table with good figures, when it shows up!http://imgur.com/6gv7Lhb

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