Q: Is it possible to have 10 to the power of a googolplex?

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googolplex is 10 to the googol power, which is 1 followed by a googol number of zeros. The next whole number is googolplexs plus 1. There are no official names beyond a googolplex, however; some have suggested googolduplex for 10 to the googolplex power, and you can keep going until infinity, the highest possible number

A googol is 10^100. Let g = 10^100 (one googol). A googolplex is 10 to the power of a googol, or 10^g. Let G = 10^g (one googolplex). A googolplex to the power of a googolplex is G^G = (10^g)^G = 10^(gG) which is 1 followed by gG zeros, or 1 followed by one googol googolplex zeros. (One googol googolplex is 10^100 x 10^g = 10^(g+100) or 1 followed by one googol and one hundred zeros).

If googolplex = 10googol then sqrt(googolplex) = 10semigoogol ie 10 to the power googol/2

The name of that number would be Fzgoogolplex it is googolplex^googolplex

A googolduplex (a.k.a. a googolplexplex).

It is ten raised to the power of a googol: 10^googol

1 googol = 10100 1 googolplex = 10(googol)

First, when dealing with powers of 10 the number of zeros in the number is equal to the power of the 10: 101 = 10 which has 1 zero 102 = 100 which has 2 zeros 103 = 1000 which has 3 zeros etc. A googolplex is 10googol A googlol is 10100 → a googolplex = 10(10100) → a googolplex has a googol, or 10100 (which is 1 followed by 100 zeros) zeros. ie a googolplex has 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 zeros

10 to the power of 10 to the power of 100 zeros! EDIT: It has 100 zeros. 10^10^100 is a googolplex (10^googol)

The correction of the transposition is googolplex (10 raised to the googol power).

googol = 10 to the power of 100. googolplex = 10 to the power of googol LOL, so basically 10,000 zeros lmao, and a googleplexian is even worse for your brain to comprehend LMAOOO 10 to the power of f*****g GOOGOLPLEX Grahams number is well... just a lot... TREE (3) is more than grahams number, a loooooot.....

Not by a long shot. The largest number is said to a googolplex (10 raised to the power of a googol) raised to the power of a googolplex. This number has enough zeros to fill the entire universe.

The number 10 to the 10th to the 100th power is called a googolplex. This number has not officially been accepted by the math world as it is a one "with as many zeroes as you can write" next to it.

Yes, a googleplex is 10 to the power of a google : 1 googolplex = 10googol : = 10(10100) : = 1010000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

A googol is 10^100. A googolplex is 10^googol

Googolplex is usually written 10googol. Also 1010 to the 100th power or 10^{10^{100}} If you were to type the number googolplex out using times new roman size 1 font then the number would be about 20 times the length of this universe. (Seriously). Googolplex is the second largest number. Googolplexian is the largest number.

No, the number millinillion is not larger than Googolplex.

10^(10^100)

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

Googolplex is not the biggest number in the world because numbers go on into infinity.Googolplex is usually considered to be the highest namednumber in the world, but there are those who disagree. The prefix -plex means to make that number before it the exponent where the power is 10. (X-plex=10x) So you could theoretically just add another -plex to googolplex and you get googolplexplex or 10 to the googolplex power. And you could keep adding as many -plex's as you want! The -plex formula works with any number so, for example, fourplex would be 104 or 10,000.

The largest named number is a googolplexplex which you could define as 10 to the power of Googolplex.

1 googol = 101001 googolplex = 10googol(1 googolplex) / (1 googol) = 10(googol - 100)

No. A googol is 10 to the 100th power (10^100). But the Latin-based named number "centillion" is much larger (10^303 short scale).The largest commonly used number is based on the googol : a googolplex is 10 to the googol power (10 to the 10^100 power)

Yes. It's spelled googleplex and represents 10 to the 100th power. Wrong. The word is googolplex. A googol is ten to the hundredth power. A googolplex is ten to the googol power. This is meant to be mathematician's humor. Actually, the search engine google is named after this term.

Answer: A googolplexian or a googolduplex would be bigger as it is 1 followed by googolplex zeroes, which is 10^(10^(10^100)) Another bigger number is googoltriplex, 1 followed by googolplexian zeroes, = 10^(10^(10^(10^100))) Another big number, a giggol (not giggle), is equal to 10^^100 = 10^(10^(10^...(10^(10^10)))...))) With 100 tens A googolstack is 10^^(10^100) = 10^(10^(...10^10)))...))) With googol tens A googolplexstack = 10^^(10^10^100) meaning a googolplex tens in the power tower A tritri is 3^^^3 = 3 {3} 3 = 3^^3^^3 = a power tower of 7,625,597,484,987 threes A giggolplex (not googolplex) is equal to 10^^(10^^100) = 10^^giggol, meaning a power tower of a giggol tens a giggolplexian (not googolplexian) is a power tower of a giggolplex tens, = 10^^(10^^(10^^100)) A gaggol (not gaggle) is equal to 10^^^100 = 10^^(10^^(...(10^^10)))...))) With 100 tens G1 = 3^^^^3 = 3^^^3^^^3 A gaggolplex (not googolplex) is 10^^^(10^^^100) I'm sure you understand the ^^^^^^... notation now, ^ can be written as ↑ A boogol = 10↑↑↑↑↑···↑↑↑↑↑10 with 100 up-arrows = 10 {100} 10 A boogolplex (not googolplex) is 10↑↑↑↑↑····↑↑↑↑↑10 with boogol up-arrows = 10 {10 {100} 10} 10 Graham's number = 3 {3 {...{3 {4} 3}... 3} 3 with 64 sets of {} = g64 A corporal is 10 {10 {10 {...{10 {10} 10}...} 10} 10} 10 with 100 sets of {} = 10 {{1}} 100