2-E
𝑝 = (0.5).
n = (s, t)
s = (1) *repeated a nsu amount of times which is 0.5)
t = (1, ∞)
𝑝 = (0.5) = (1 repeated a 0.5 of times, 1 where the growth is ∞/Planck Time.)

2-D
𝑝 = (1).
n = (s, t)
s = (1) *repeated a nsu amount of times which is 1)
t = (1, 0)
𝑝 = (1) = (1 repeated a total of 1times, 1 where the growth is ∞/Planck Time.)

3-D
EDIT: ***ASSUMING nm > m and lim = cm. in simpler terms, what qualifies for Multiverse, not Low Multiverse***
𝑝 = (r)
n = (s, t)
s = (nm) *repeated a nsu amount of times which is r)
t = (1, 0)
𝑝 = (1) = (1 repeated a total of 1times, 1 where the growth is 0/Planck Time.)

Calculation for the growth:
Δt / Δd
1 / 1
growth = 0

^{K}𝑝 = (0.5).

n = (s, t)

s = (1) *repeated a nsu amount of times which is 0.5)

t = (1, ∞)

𝑝 = (0.5) = (1 repeated a 0.5 of times, 1 where the growth is ∞/Planck Time.)

𝑓′(𝑥)=𝑓(𝑥+ℎ)−𝑓(𝑥) / ℎ

𝑓′(𝑥)=𝑓(𝑥+ ∞)−𝑓(𝑥) / ∞

𝑓′(𝑥)=∞ / ∞

Therefore, growth = ∞

^{K}𝑝 = (1).

n = (s, t)

s = (1) *repeated a nsu amount of times which is 1)

t = (1, 0)

𝑝 = (1) = (1 repeated a total of 1times, 1 where the growth is ∞/Planck Time.)

𝑓′(𝑥)=𝑓(𝑥+ℎ)−𝑓(𝑥) / ℎ

𝑓′(𝑥)=𝑓(𝑥+ ∞)−𝑓(𝑥) / ∞

𝑓′(𝑥)=∞ / ∞

Therefore, growth = ∞

^{K}EDIT: ***ASSUMING nm > m and lim = cm. in simpler terms, what qualifies for Multiverse, not Low Multiverse***

𝑝 = (r)

n = (s, t)

s = (nm) *repeated a nsu amount of times which is r)

t = (1, 0)

𝑝 = (1) = (1 repeated a total of 1times, 1 where the growth is 0/Planck Time.)

Calculation for the growth:

Δt / Δd

1 / 1

growth = 0