In mathematics, a googol is 10100 (10 to the power of 100), or the number 1 followed by 100 zeros.
A googolplex is 10googol, or the number 1 followed by a googol of zeros.
A googol and a googolplex are both so large that if one was able to count at lightspeed (i.e. in one second, you can count from 1 to 186,000), it would still take you approximately 1015 years to count to googol and 1018 years to count to googolplex. Both amounts of time are longer than the universe is estimated to have been around.
A number larger still than a googolplex is the Graham's number, which is so large that not even power towers can be used to write it out (while a googolplex can also be written as 1010100, Graham's number can't be written with exponents).
Graham's number is so large that if you add all the atoms in the universe together, you would still not get to it. But there is a way to calculate Graham's Number.
5 Up arrows^3 equal G1 but that's not Graham's Number 6 uparrows^3 equal G2 so 69 up arrows^3 equal Grahams number
The name of that number would be Fzgoogolplex it is googolplex^googolplex
Yes, googolplex is a number.
60 googolplex seconds
about 32,000,000 googolplex.
* yes 10^googolplex is possible just a 1 with a googolplex 0's .... pretty big * 10googolplex is called googolplexplex. X-plex = 10x where x is the number. Since googolplex is the exponent, you could simply add another -plex to googolplex.
googolplex googol = 1100 googolplex = 1googol
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A googol is 10^100. A googolplex is 10^googol
1 googol = 101001 googolplex = 10googol(1 googolplex) / (1 googol) = 10(googol - 100)
A googol has 100 zeros. A googolplex has a googol of zero No, a googolplex has 10 x 100 googols. NO, a googolplex is 10 to the 10th to the 100th. There are so many zeroes in a googolplex, if you wrote a zero on every atom in the universe, it still wouldn't be enough 0s
No, Infinity is never ending, where as a googolplex is a fixed number.
1 googolplex = 10googol(1 googol = 10100 )
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There are 1 Googol zeros following the 1 in googolplex.
The largest real number that has been named is googolplex. What about 10^googolplex or googolplex^googolplex? The answer comes from the theory of non-computable functions. Scott Aaronson from MIT has a brilliant essay about it. See below for related link
1 googol = 10100 1 googolplex = 10googol 1 googolplex = 1010^100 = 101000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 (1 googolplex)2 = 101000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 * 101000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 = 102000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Therefore, a googolplex squared is equal to a one followed by two googol zeros. So there you have it, messy but true.
A Googolplex is 1010100 which is 1 followed by a googol (10100) zeros.
Googolplex is a number, googleplex is not. But it is far, far from the highest number.
A googol is the number 1 followed by one hundred zeroes, and a googolplex is the number 1 followed by a googol zeroes. So a googolplex is much much bigger.
Good grief! We can't even write out a googolplex in decimal! How are you going to write it out in binary?
Certainly. There are an infinite number of them. One of them is [ negative googolplex - 1 ] .
to understand a googolplexian, you have to understand a googol and a googolplex. But a googolplexian is 10googolplex.
Well though confusing since centillion has "3" or in simple terms 10303 while googolplex is 10googol, i.e. 1010100 so in truth Googolplex is the larger number.