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Googolplexian has googolplexian zeros :)

googolplexian and one. or perhaps googolplexian + Limx→∞ 1/x

There are a bunch of them between googolplexian and infinity. Here are the first few: googolplexian + 1 googolplexian + 2 googolplexian + 3 googolplexian + 4 googolplexian + 5 googolplexian + 6 . . googolplexian + 3 million . . etc. There are an infinite number of those.

a googolplexian + 1

I am not sure, but i think ten thousand.

googolplexian has googolplex zeros

First, you need to know how much is googol.Googol is 10 with 100 more zeros. Googolplex is 10 with googol more zeros. Googolplexian is 10 with googolplex zeros.A Googolplexianth is 1/Googolplexian.Googol: 10^100 or10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000Googolplex: 10^10^100 or 10^GoogolGoogolplexian: 10^10^10^100 or 10^GoogolplexianGoogolplexiath: 1/Googolplexian

One googol = 10100 One googolplex = 10googol One googolplexian = 10googolplex so 1 googolplexian has 10,000 0's after it

Googolplexian/Googolplexplex is not the largest number. But, Infinity is not a number. Think about it. If you were to find a big number, just add a one in it and it will be bigger. For Example: Googolplexian<Googolplexian and one<Googolplexian and two If you really want a real answer, my suggestion is to change Googolplexian into Googolplexplex and add another plex. Hope this helped! P.S. I am an eleven year old who is a complete nerd. If you want to email me, email: timsin999@gmail.com

googolplex and then googolplexian

graham numbers

Yes. After googolplex.

There is none

To properly explain a "googolplexian" you should first start by understanding a "googol" and a "googolplex".First, a GOOGOL is a 1 with 100 zero's after it (10100):10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000Next, a GOOGOLPLEX is a 1 with a GOOGOL of zero's after it (10googol).Finally a GOOGOLPLEXIAN is a 1 with a GOOGOLPLEX of zero's after it (10googolplex).This web site best demonstrates just how many zero's are in a Googolplexian:http://www.googolplexian.com/

Hundred googolplexian and one! There is no end to the list of integers; we don't have names for very large numbers - practically, there are very approximately 1040 atoms in the universe - less than half a google - so there isn't much call for very large numbers outside of mathematics.

Yes. Graham's number.

That's not even a number.

Graham's number g_64.

Yes, it's 10^googolplex.

No infinity is smaller than googolplexian

A Googolplexian is the largest number with a name but otherwise numbers are infinite.

No. You would be wrong by a factor of 1094

No. You can always add one to a number, to get a larger number.

Of course. That is Googol,Googolplex and Googolplexian.

There is no such number. In any case, you would not be able to distinguish it from a circle since there are far fewer atoms in the universe than the number of vertices that such a figure would have. I would settle for calling it a googolplexian-gon.