Viny did say we could use whatever math[s] possible.

Okay, what about 4->6->8->9? This is geater than Graham's Number!

(-> is chained arrow notation of John Conway)

]]>4!! just means 4*2. 5!! is 5*3*1, and so on.

Double-factorials are less than their single-factorial counterparts (except with 0, 1 and 2)

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But that may be cheating...

Viny did say we could use whatever math[s] possible.

I think Flowers4Carlos's version would be higher, but that's just a guess.

]]>Conclusion: we need to set a limit on the operators then, or you could just use 4^^^^^..., or even 4!!!!...

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9864! (that is 9864 factorial ... 70! has about 100 digits, 9864! will possibly have tens of thouands of digits)

But that may be cheating ...

]]>and as for your query.... i guess it would be (4!)^(6!)^(8!)^(9!)

my calculator can't even handel 2^9!

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