Q: Who came up with the word googol?

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A googol.

googol and one, googol and two, googol and three...

There are (googol+1) of them.

The integer successor to 1 googol is "1 googol 1".

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Well, first, I'm assuming that you are referring to "googolplex" and not "googleplex" as per your title (which actually refers the the Internet Search Giant Google's Headquarters) And to find out what a googolplex is, we first define a googol: 1 googol = 1 with 100 zeroes after it = 10 ^ 100 The history behind the naming of the googol came in 1938 when Edward Kasner wrote this number and showed it to his nine year old nephew Milton Sirotta, her response was, as the legend goes, "googol!", and thus the googol came into existence. Now, what is a googolplex? Well, 1 googolplex = 1 with a googol zeroes after it = 10 ^ (10 ^ 100) That's a lot of zeroes!

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There is a higher number. It is Googol plex. It has a googol of zeros. There is also a 10Googolplex it has a googol plex of zeros. or search this up what is a alpha omega

The word googol is pronounced like the search engine Google - with a stress on the first syllable.

No, the number "googol" does not need to be capitalized any more than "million" does.

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Googol is not a real number.

originates from a misspelling of googol

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A googol.

A googol is 10^100. So a googol times a googol is 10^200.

2 googol