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Graham's number g_64.

Q: What number is bigger than a googolplexian?

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No infinity is smaller than googolplexian

The larger exponential is represented by "googolplexplex" (etc.) or "googolplexian".There are vastly larger numbers, such as "Skewes' number", "Moser's number" and "Graham's number" which can only be represented by large power towers of exponential exponents.(see related question)

Googolplexian has googolplexian zeros :)

That's not even a number.

Quadrillion,Quintillion,sextillion,sentillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion, and infinity!

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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.

No infinity is smaller than googolplexian

The larger exponential is represented by "googolplexplex" (etc.) or "googolplexian".There are vastly larger numbers, such as "Skewes' number", "Moser's number" and "Graham's number" which can only be represented by large power towers of exponential exponents.(see related question)

Yes. After googolplex.

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.

There is none

Googolplexian has googolplexian zeros :)

That's not even a number.

Quadrillion,Quintillion,sextillion,sentillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion, and infinity!

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.