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It is impossible to tell. You can have two forces that are in equilibrium or three forces and, from outside the system, it may not be possible to tell which.

However, on the basis that the unverse is expanding, though not at a constant rate, there must be at least one force that is not balanced.

It is impossible to tell. You can have two forces that are in equilibrium or three forces and, from outside the system, it may not be possible to tell which.

However, on the basis that the unverse is expanding, though not at a constant rate, there must be at least one force that is not balanced.

It is impossible to tell. You can have two forces that are in equilibrium or three forces and, from outside the system, it may not be possible to tell which.

However, on the basis that the unverse is expanding, though not at a constant rate, there must be at least one force that is not balanced.

It is impossible to tell. You can have two forces that are in equilibrium or three forces and, from outside the system, it may not be possible to tell which.

However, on the basis that the unverse is expanding, though not at a constant rate, there must be at least one force that is not balanced.

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0It is impossible to tell. You can have two forces that are in equilibrium or three forces and, from outside the system, it may not be possible to tell which.

However, on the basis that the unverse is expanding, though not at a constant rate, there must be at least one force that is not balanced.

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0It is not possible in our Universe that two consecutive numbers can total an even number, since any two consecutive numbers must be an odd and an even (or vice versa). There are two consecutive odd numbers which total 132 ie 65 and 67

The answer is 1. The number 2 is the only even prime number

As a layman my thought is that there is no place anywhere in the universe that is free from force. Even in the remotest reaches of inter-galactic space, an unimpeded object would be experiencing many forces. It's just that the forces would be balanced. The object would not be accelerating and it would not be decelerating.

It is not yet certain what size the Universe is, not even approximately - but it is probably not infinite. If you have seen an estimate about the number of galaxies in the Universe, it probably referred to the OBSERVABLE Universe, which is definitely not infinite.

The number 217 is odd. Two even number add up to an even number so there are not two consecutive even number that total 217. Let 2m be any even number, 2k be another one There sum is 2(m+k) which is even.

Now let's see. Graham's number is bigger than all of the atoms in the universe times 1 googol. A googol is already bigger than all of the atoms in the whole universe and a googolplex is so big you cant even write the whole number using all the space in the whole universe. Now graham's number might be bigger than all the atoms in the universe times 1 googolplex. graham's number is a number so big to even imagine!

The number of atoms in the observable universe is somewhere in the vicinity of 1080. We can't even really estimate the number of atoms outside the observable universe ... it could be zero, or it could be infinite, and we have no real way of knowing which.

Destroying the entire universe is extraordinarily difficult. Assuming you're okay with leaving spacetime itself intact, and maybe even letting elementary particles float about, the easiest suggestion I can think of would be to pump up the strength of dark energy. This is the force believed to be responsible for the expansion of the universe. It would also rip apart individual structures within the universe, but it is currently overpowered on 'small' scales by the gravity that holds stars and planets together, the nuclear forces that hold atoms together, and the various forces that hold our bodies together. If one could amplify it enough, it would overcome these forces, and shatter the entire universe. It should be noted, however, that we're still not quite sure what dark energy even is, and as such couldn't even guess at how to amplify it.

(10)100,000,000,000 = a ' 1 ' followed by 100,000,000,000 zeros. I have no idea whether that number even has a name. It's of no use or interest to anyone except people who play with numbers. It's more than the total number of sub-atomic particles in the universe, and way more than the volume of the universe in cubic millimeters.

even the numbers never stop there is a number called Silicon. It has 308 zeros

We don't why the universe happened or even if there is a reason.

Einstein never made any such calculation. Even today the total size of our Universe is speculative at best. Einstein speculated it was infinite in both size and age.

The end of the universe means nothing will survive even the universe itself.

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because in a mean for 7 with three numbers the total of the 3 numbers must be 21 and (even number) + (even number) = (even number) 21 is odd Q.E.D

No, the universe is allways expanding, even as you read this!

We have no idea where the "center" of the universe is, or even whether the concept of "center of the universe" has any meaning.

There is no longest number because their cardinality ("count") is infinite - not infinate. Furthermore, that is NOT just like the universe since all currently accepted models of cosmology suggest that the universe is finite, even though it is very large.

No external forces. Objects may bounce off each other, or merge but the total momentum is unchanged even when the total energy changes.

No. The Universe is something quite different - and much bigger than a solar system, or even a galaxy.No. The Universe is something quite different - and much bigger than a solar system, or even a galaxy.No. The Universe is something quite different - and much bigger than a solar system, or even a galaxy.No. The Universe is something quite different - and much bigger than a solar system, or even a galaxy.

At present, there is no way to determine where the "center" of the universe is, or even if the concept of "center" makes sense when applied to the universe.

42, which is the answer to all questions about Life, The Universe and Everything, even the weird ones.

289 is an odd number so it must be the sum of an odd and an even number. The only even prime number is 2 so the other number must be 287, which is not prime as it is divisible by 7, so your question has no answer in this universe.

Is the number even and do its digits total a multiple of 3?

i dont even know

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