a googolplexian + 1
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.
Yes. Graham's number.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Graham's number g_64.
Googolplexian has googolplexian zeros :)
That's not even a number.
No. You can always add one to a number, to get a larger number.
A Googolplexian is the largest number with a name but otherwise numbers are infinite.
Yes, it's 10^googolplex.
googolplexian and one. or perhaps googolplexian + Limx→∞ 1/x
to understand a googolplexian, you have to understand a googol and a googolplex. But a googolplexian is 10googolplex.
No infinity is smaller than googolplexian
googolplexian has googolplex zeros
The largest number with a name is called a Googolplexianits a 1 followed by a googleplex of zero's.
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.
It is very, very big number. It is 1 followed by 3 googolplexian 3 zeroes. Googolplexian = 10 followed by googolplex zeroes. Googolplex = 10 followed by googol zeroes. Googol = 10 followed by 100 zeroes.
10^100 = one Googol
It’s A Googolplexian. To See How Big It Is We Need To See Another Big Number. Googol. A Googol Is A 1 With 100 Zeros. A Googolplex Is A 1 With Googol Zeroes. A Googolplexian Is A 1 With Googolplex Zeroes. So Yeah. But You Know Million, Billion, Trillion. What’s The Biggest -illion Number. In Many Dictionaries It’s Centillion A 1 With 303 Zeroes. But We Can Go Further. If You Include Every Number Known Even The Ones Not In A Single Official Dictionary. It Is A Millinillion A 1 With 3003 Zeroes! So Conclusion.Googolplexian - Biggest Known NumberCentillion - Biggest -Illion Number (In Dictionaries)Millinillion - Biggest -Illion Number (Including Non-Dictionary Numbers)
One googol = 10100 One googolplex = 10googol One googolplexian = 10googolplex so 1 googolplexian has 10,000 0's after it
There is no lowest number, but a candidate for the lowest one WITH a name is "minus one googolplexian", which is -1 followed by a googolplex 0s.
googolplex and then googolplexian
It is spelt googol, not google. Googolplexian is the largest number with a name. It is equal to 1 and googolplex zeros, or 101010100 (10^10^10^100)
There is none