This afterthought confused me. I spent fifteen minutes trying to figure out why you claim that Ackermann numbers are all powers of 10 and start with 1. I guess you wanted to write something like: »The reason […] is that if n is a power of 10, A(n) must be a power of 10, and start with a 1« Right?

This afterthought confused me. I spent fifteen minutes trying to figure out why you claim that Ackermann numbers are all powers of 10 and start with 1. I guess you wanted to write something like: »The reason […] is that if n is a power of 10, A(n) must be a power of 10, and start with a 1« Right?