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Numeral Experiment by Anton29 Numeral Experiment by Anton29
An experiment with an idea of ways numbers can be presented...incorporated into a poster format.
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RJL7983 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011
Thank you for making this. Number are an interesting thing. Something to try, as far as mathematical operations go you could almost plot a x axis for them but here is their names and their likewise reperesntative numbers. Planckation (the 10^-35 operation) Yoctation (the 10^-24 operation), Zeptation (the 10^-21 operation), Autation (the 10^-18 operation), Femptation (the 10^-15 operation), Pication (the -1,000,000,000,000 operation), Nanation (the -1,000,000,000 operation), Micration (the -1,000,000 operation), Millation (the -1,000 operation), Centation (the -100 operation), Negative Decation (the -10 operation), Noventation (the -9 operation), Negative Octation (the -8 operation), Septation (the -7 operation), Sexation (the -6 operation), Quintation (the -5 operation), Quadation or Negative Tetration (the -4 operation), Negative Exponentiation (the -3 operation), Division (the -2 operation), Subtraction (the -1 operation), Zeration (the 0 operation), Addition (the 1st operation), Multiplication (the 2d operation), Exponentiation (the 3d operation), Tetration (the 4th operation) Tetration is the fourth operation after Exponentiation and is a repeated version of it, it is so larger even for a small operation that the exponent it's self needs an exponent or that exponent needs an exponent and so on, 10 Tetrated to 18 for example would be 10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10^10, 3 Tetrated to 12 would be 3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3 and 1,000 Tetrated to 13 would be 1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000^1,000, Tetration is just the fourth though, Pentation (the 5th operation) Pentation is to Tetration what Tetration is to the operation below it only many times more so compared to Tetration, Hexation (the 6th operation), Heptation (the 7th operation), Octation (the 8th operation), Nonation (the 9th operation), Decation (the 10th operation), Undecation (the 11th operation) Hectation (the 100th operation), keep in mind that even though it is supposed to be the hundreth operation that doesn't mean it isn't alot, after all the 101st operation would be to the 100th what Tetration is to Exponentiation, each number you add is still an operation higher even if counting operations in the hundreds or thousands, Kilation (the 1,000th operation), Megation (the 1,000,000th operation), Gigation (the 1,000,000,000th operation), Terration (the 1,000,000,000,000th operation), Petation (the 10^15 operation), Exation (the 10^18 operation), Zettation (the 10^21 operation), Yattation (the 10^24 operation) there actually are prefixes higher than Yatto that could have an operation with it, Xonation (Xona meaning Octillion the 10^27 operation), Wekation (Weka meaning Nonillion the 10^30 operation), Yundation (Yunda meaning Decillion the 10^33 operation). You could imagine further operations like Ninetation (The Ninetillionth operation, Ninetillion being 10^3x10^3x10^270+3), Palation (the Palillionth operation, Palillion being 10^(3x10^(3x10^15,000) +3)), Multation (The Multillionth level of notation, Multillion being 10^(3x10^(3x10^3tredecillion) +3)), Giggation (The Giggolth operation, Giggol being 10 Tetrated to 100), Megastation (The Megastillionth operation, Megaston being roughly 10 Pentated to 11), Triseptation (The Triseptillionth operation, Trisept being 7 Heptated to 7), Goggation (The Goggillionth operation, Goggol being {10,100,8}), Biggation (The Biggolth operation, Biggol being {10,10,100,2}), Baggation (The Baggolth operation, Baggol being {10,10,100,3}), Troogation (The Troogolth operation, Troogol being {10,10,10,100}), Hexatration (The Hexatrillionth operation, Hexatri being {3,3,3,3,3,3}), Quintigation (The Quintigillionth operation, Quintigol being {10,10,10,10,10,100,5}), Gaitration (The Gaitrillionth operation, Gaitrol being {10,100,7 (1) 3}) or even Mussation (The Mussationth operation, Mussol being {10,10 (1) 10,100,5}). What this means is as you get to higher enough notations you need to eventually exponentiate or even tetrate the number of notations instead of notating an actual number but once you Decate, Megate even Yundate the level of operations you start a third layer of Exponentiation, Tetration even Gigation. Eventually these layers become so numerous that a whole series of operations needs to be invented up to even Hexatration for an example to notate the number of operation levels not of numbers or of notation layers but a third dimention of operations. But you could make a system such as numbers, operations, operation layers and operation dimentions like just mentioned, these would not neccisarily be actual terms but this is possibly four hyper operation layers so far thus creating another system that could possibly Exponentiate, Tetrate, Decate and repeat this for a few more layers almost creating an alphabet for making operation mechnisms. This is some mathematical sense assumes there are only positive and negative numbers but it is mainly relative but some circular or even spherical notation aperatus could be invented to slide along the number line of positives and negatives. This goes even for negative number but mostly for positive ones. Think about that.
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if you like it than fav it <33.
support is VERY appreciated <3.

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penngregory Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2009
featured here: [link] :)
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Nekohitsu Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2008
i love everything you do! great concept!
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ast-aganaga Featured By Owner May 18, 2008
I don't know why but I love it!
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katrinabc Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2008
i love it :)
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skryingbreath Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2007
Quite a good idea.
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ninereeds-DA Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2007
Nicely done. Good colours
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Lollirot138 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
very good design
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Lolitagirlie-stock Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007   Photographer
i adore this, it looks amazing. Avant garde style is my favorite when it comes to graphic design.
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Sirandea Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
This is really effective and quite unique, in my opinion. The way the number names are incorporated into the actual figures, and the blocky, colorful approach are really eye-catching.
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Anton29 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007
Thanks im glad you get what i was after
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Sirandea Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
No problem
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