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## Is there a number bigger than googolplex?

Graham’s number is also bigger than a googolplex, which Milton initially defined as a 1, followed by writing zeroes until you get tired, but is now commonly accepted to be 10googol=10(10100). Graham’s number is bigger than the googolplex.

**Is googolplex bigger than infinity?**

Almost inevitably, at this point someone proffers an even bigger number, “googolplex.” It is true that the word “googolplex” was coined to mean a one followed by a googol zeros. True enough, but there is nothing as large as infinity either: infinity is not a number. It denotes endlessness.

**Is googolplex and googol the same number?**

A googolplex is much larger than a googol, but is still finite, as the inventor of the name was quick to point out. A googolplex is much bigger than a googol, much bigger even than a googol times a googol. A googol times a googol would be 1 with 200 zeros, whereas a googolplex is 1 with a googol of zeros.

### Can a googolplex be written down?

Kasner also coined the term googolplex. And how many zeros in a googolplex? A googolplex is a 1 followed by a googol of zeros. It’s impossible to write out, but in scientific notation it looks like 1 x 1010^100.

**Is Tree 3 the biggest number?**

So TREE(2) = 3. You might be able to guess where it goes from here. When you play the game with three seed colors, the resulting number, TREE(3), is incomprehensibly enormous. The maximum number of trees you could build without ending the game is TREE(3).

**Why is 1729 a magic number?**

It is 1729. Discovered by mathemagician Srinivas Ramanujan, 1729 is said to be the magic number because it is the sole number which can be expressed as the sum of the cubes of two different sets of numbers.

#### What is 3 as a number?

The number three (3) is one more than two and one less than four. It is the first Mersenne prime. Three is an important number for many cultures (groups of people living together). It is also a prime number….3 (number)

← 2 3 4 → | |
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Ordinal | 3rd (third) |

Numeral system | ternary |

Factorization | prime |

Divisors | 1, 3 |

**How big is Graham’s number?**

3↑↑3 = 7.6 trillion. And these numbers exponentially grow at an insane rate all the way up to G64. G64 is Graham’s Number. It’s so big, the Universe does not contain enough stuff on which to write it’s digits.

**Is Googleplex a real number?**

A googol served the purpose of being the limit used for scientific calculators –most scientific calculators use two digits for the exponent, so 10^99 is the limit. A googolplex is a real number, however, much too large to serve any useful purpose other than comparing to other very large numbers that also have no useful purpose.

## Is there any number bigger than a googolplexianth?

There is nothing in the universe that has a quantity as big as a googolplex. There isn’t even anything with a quantity as big as a googol. But mathematics has given a name to a few numbers that are bigger. The biggest number that was seriously proposed by a mathematician is called Reynold’s number.

**How many digits does a googolplex have?**

The largest known prime number has over 17 million digits. A googolplex is 10 raised to the googol power, so it has approximately a googol digits. It takes a while to write down a 1 followed by 100 zeroes, but we can do it. But Graham’s number is different.

**Is there a number higher than Googleplex?**

There is probably no number higher than a googolplex to which a convenient *name* has been given. The series of numbers is infinite. As I understand it, a googol is the 100th power of 10, and a googolplex is 10 raised to the power of a googol.