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Q: Is there a bigger number than infinity?

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No, there isn't a number bigger than infinity. Infinity is well, infinite, so it never finishes.

No. A number can never be bigger than infinity.

"Googolplex" is a definite number. "Infinity" is bigger than any definite number, so it's bigger than a googolplex. No number is bigger than infinity. The only we can add to that is a suggestion that you learn how to spell "googolplex".

eight through infinity

"Infinity" literally means "bigger than any possible number."

No googolplex is a number however infinity is not it is a word or a symbol

Yes infinity is bigger than Google infinity used where we can not measure things, but in Google we can measure.

No there isn't Infinity is an unending thing, never ends, keeps going and goin!

Yes it is a real number and it is a number bigger than infinity by a whole lot!

Yes. Googol is 1 followed by 100 zeros, but infinity is without any limit.

None. . . To explain "infinity" ( AKA ∞ ). Think of the biggest number you can possibly think of. Now just know that my infinity is bigger than your number! :P Understand?

Because infinity is not a number, this question is incorrect. You may think of infinity as something that has no bounds and gets larger and larger.

There is no biggest number. For every number there is a bigger number. Take any number, call it r. Then r+1 is bigger than r. So there can be no biggest number, since you can always add one to any number. Infinity is bigger than all the natural numbers (numbers like 1,2,3. . . ) and all the real numbers (numbers like 1.23456436435. . . . , 1/2, 145.9879845. . . ), but there are numbers that are bigger than infinity. Imagine you had infinity objects. Then count all the possible groupings of those objects, (for example, the third object by itself could be one grouping, and the first, third and fourth together could be another grouping). The number of possible groupings of the infinity objects is bigger than the number of objects.

Infinity is bigger.

-5 has a larger magnitude. It depends on your definition of "bigger". If you say bigger means "has a larger magnitude" then -5 is bigger than -3. If you say that if two numbers A and B are in the set of integers from negative infinity to positive infinity, then A is bigger than B if A is closer to positive infinity than B, this means that -3 is bigger than -5.

infinity is bigger than googol because infinity goes on forever and googol is a one with 100 zeros or 10 to the onehundreth power

To answer your question neither. They are the same because both answers are infinity. Infinity is the biggest number, but mainly just a concept. Nothing is bigger than it so if it was added or multiplied you would get the same answer because you can't go any higher.

nothing. infinity is infinite which means it goes on for ever, there fore nothing is.

Infinity is any number greater than a number that already exists Infinity is any number greater than a number that already exists

Infinity and 1

1.1 to infinity

No infinity is smaller than googolplexian

Beyond a googleplex-even bigger then a graham's number.

No, there isn't, because for every positive number x you find, you have x+1 which will be bigger. This will be the same for every negative number y: y-1 will be smaller. You do however have infinity and -infinity, which are bigger respectively smaller than any number. But they are generally not considered as numbers themselves.

No.