High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Zenzizenzizenzic is an
obsolete form of mathematical notation representing the eighth
power of a number (that is, the zenzizenzizenzic of a number x is
the power x8), dating from a time when powers were written out in
words rather than as superscript numbers. This term was suggested
by Robert Recorde, a 16th century Welsh writer of popular
mathematics textbooks, in his 1557 work The Whetstone of Witte
(although his spelling was zenzizenzizenzike); he wrote that it
"doeth represent the square of squares squaredly."
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