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Q: What is bigger infinity or Google plex?

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Infinity is gigger

Infinties are actually different sizes-which may sound stupid but the decimal infinity is longer then the whole number infinity-because you can have a much wider variety of combinations of decimal numbers. However, infinties are generally known to be bigger then both a google-plex to the power of a google-plex, or even bigger then a graham's number, which is the biggest number anyone has been able to think of.

No, that's not infinity. That's (10 ^ 10 ^ 100) + 1

yes, its 999 google plex

Furthermore, no number is equal to infinity because infinity is not a number, it is a concept, so theoretically, no number could be equal to it.

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

Very big... Scientists probably don't have an answer for something like that. But, the highest known number, which is a number (infinity is not), is either google, google plex, or centillion.

Google Plex

100

google plx (plex(don't know how to spell it)pleix)

Infinity is bigger.

Google-Plex , a google is a 1 followed by 100 zeroes , a google-plex is a google followed by another 100 zeroes

There are 102 zeros.

i think a googlegon has a million sides each angle is almost 180 degrees who cares a googleplex is bigger

first times google times google then add pi then you get the answer. :D

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about 32,000,000 millionplexplexplexplexplexplexplexplexplexplex.

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Milton surely a a 9 year nephew of a mathematician

10710 to 10710 times 1- google plex

Yes.

While google is a huge multi-billion dollar company, it is significantly larger than infinity because infinity is merely a subsidiary of Nissan and is baked at a mere 42.8 billion dollars yearly, while google's parent company (alphabet) is valued at over $1 trillion dollars.

Alot of money :)

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

no