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# Two separate upper bounds are listed here.

There are two different numbers mentioned in this article. A(A(A(A(A(A(A(12,3),3),3),3),3),3),3), is a much smaller upper bound for the solution problem in Ramsey theory than g_64. g_64 is the number usually known as Graham's number.

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There are two different numbers mentioned in this article. A(A(A(A(A(A(A(12,3),3),3),3),3),3),3), is a much smaller upper bound for the solution problem in Ramsey theory than g_64. g_64 is the number usually known as Graham's number.
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