Digits of Hyperfactorial and Barnes G

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This Demonstration shows a histogram counting the digits of BarnesG or Hyperfactorial in any base.

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The built-in Mathematica function Hyperfactorial is defined as the product of elements in the self‐counting sequence , so . The built-in Mathematica function BarnesG is defined as the product of the factorials of consecutive integers, . The number of digits in the elements of these sequences grow quadratically, as does the number of trailing zeros.

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Contributed by: Oleksandr Pavlyk (March 2011)
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