
Ravus
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Numbers, for those who are curious
#2974363  08/07/04 02:59 AM (12 years, 10 months ago) 


0 thousand 1,000 1 million 1,000,000 2 billion 1,000,000,000 3 trillion 1,000,000,000,000 4 quadrillion 1,000,000,000,000,000 5 quintillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 6 sextillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 7 septillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 8 octillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 9 nonillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 10 decillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 11 undecillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 12 duodecillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 13 tredecillion write 1,000 followed by 13 groups of three zeros 14 quattuordecillion 1,000 followed by 14 groups of three zeros 15 quindecillion 1,000 followed by 15 groups of three zeros 16 sexdecillion 1,000 followed by 16 groups of three zeros 17 septendecillion 1,000 followed by 17 groups of three zeros 18 octodecillion 1,000 followed by 18 groups of three zeros 19 novemdecillion 1,000 followed by 19 groups of three zeros 20 vigintillion 1,000 followed by 20 groups of three zeros 21 unvigintillion 1,000 followed by 21 groups of three zeros 22 duovigintillion 1,000 followed by 22 groups of three zeros 23 trevigintillion 1,000 followed by 23 groups of three zeros 24 quattuorvigintillion 1,000 followed by 24 groups of three zeros 25 quinvigintillion 1,000 followed by 25 groups of three zeros 26 sexvigintillion 1,000 followed by 26 groups of three zeros 27 septenvigintillion 1,000 followed by 27 groups of three zeros 28 octovigintillion 1,000 followed by 28 groups of three zeros 29 novemvigintillion 1,000 followed by 29 groups of three zeros 30 trigintillion 1,000 followed by 30 groups of three zeros 31 untrigintillion 1,000 followed by 31 groups of three zeros 32 duotrigintillion 1,000 followed by 32 groups of three zeros 33 tretrigintillion 1,000 followed by 33 groups of three zeros 34 quattuortrigintillion 1,000 followed by 34 groups of three zeros 35 quintrigintillion 1,000 followed by 35 groups of three zeros 36 sextrigintillion 1,000 followed by 36 groups of three zeros 37 septentrigintillion 1,000 followed by 37 groups of three zeros 38 octotrigintillion 1,000 followed by 38 groups of three zeros 39 novemtrigintillion 1,000 followed by 39 groups of three zeros 40 quadragintillion 1,000 followed by 40 groups of three zeros 41 unquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 41 groups of three zeros 42 duoquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 42 groups of three zeros 43 trequadragintillion 1,000 followed by 43 groups of three zeros 44 quattuorquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 44 groups of three zeros 45 quinquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 45 groups of three zeros 46 sexquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 46 groups of three zeros 47 septenquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 47 groups of three zeros 48 octoquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 48 groups of three zeros 49 novemquadragintillion 1,000 followed by 49 groups of three zeros 50 quinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 50 groups of three zeros 51 unquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 51 groups of three zeros 52 duoquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 52 groups of three zeros 53 trequinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 53 groups of three zeros 54 quattuorquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 54 groups of three zeros 55 quinquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 55 groups of three zeros 56 sexquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 56 groups of three zeros 57 septenquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 57 groups of three zeros 58 octoquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 58 groups of three zeros 59 novemquinquagintillion 1,000 followed by 59 groups of three zeros 60 sexagintillion 1,000 followed by 60 groups of three zeros 61 unsexagintillion 1,000 followed by 61 groups of three zeros 62 duosexagintillion 1,000 followed by 62 groups of three zeros 63 tresexagintillion 1,000 followed by 63 groups of three zeros 64 quattuorsexagintillion 1,000 followed by 64 groups of three zeros 65 quinsexagintillion 1,000 followed by 65 groups of three zeros 66 sexsexagintillion 1,000 followed by 66 groups of three zeros 67 septensexagintillion 1,000 followed by 67 groups of three zeros 68 octosexagintillion 1,000 followed by 68 groups of three zeros 69 novemsexagintillion 1,000 followed by 69 groups of three zeros 70 septuagintillion 1,000 followed by 70 groups of three zeros 71 unseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 71 groups of three zeros 72 duoseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 72 groups of three zeros 73 treseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 73 groups of three zeros 74 quattuorseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 74 groups of three zeros 75 quinseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 75 groups of three zeros 76 sexseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 76 groups of three zeros 77 septenseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 77 groups of three zeros 78 octoseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 78 groups of three zeros 79 novemseptuagintillion 1,000 followed by 79 groups of three zeros 80 octogintillion 1,000 followed by 80 groups of three zeros 81 unoctogintillion 1,000 followed by 81 groups of three zeros 82 duooctogintillion 1,000 followed by 82 groups of three zeros 83 treoctogintillion 1,000 followed by 83 groups of three zeros 84 quattuoroctogintillion 1,000 followed by 84 groups of three zeros 85 quinoctogintillion 1,000 followed by 85 groups of three zeros 86 sexoctogintillion 1,000 followed by 86 groups of three zeros 87 septoctogintillion 1,000 followed by 87 groups of three zeros 88 octooctogintillion 1,000 followed by 88 groups of three zeros 89 novemoctogintillion 1,000 followed by 89 groups of three zeros 90 nonagintillion 1,000 followed by 90 groups of three zeros 91 unonagintillion 1,000 followed by 91 groups of three zeros 92 duononagintillion 1,000 followed by 92 groups of three zeros 93 trenonagintillion 1,000 followed by 93 groups of three zeros 94 quattuornonagintillion 1,000 followed by 94 groups of three zeros 95 quinnonagintillion 1,000 followed by 95 groups of three zeros 96 sexnonagintillion 1,000 followed by 96 groups of three zeros 97 septennonagintillion 1,000 followed by 97 groups of three zeros 98 octononagintillion 1,000 followed by 98 groups of three zeros 99 novemnonagintillion 1,000 followed by 99 groups of three zeros 100 centillion 1,000 followed by 100 groups of three zeros One GOOGOL is a ONE followed by 100 zeroes. One GOOGOLPLEX is a ONE followed by one googol zeroes. (You can't write a googolplex, even in a million years)
If someone would like to copy and paste to create a googol plex though, (1 followed by 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 zeros) it would be greatly appreciated, except for the people who own the space on this website
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Ravus
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Re: Numbers, for those who are curious [Re: Ravus]
#2974387  08/07/04 03:08 AM (12 years, 10 months ago) 


I would mention Graham's number, the largest number ever used in an equation, but I don't understand it to be honest. It takes a few paragraphs to even explain it's so big
3^3 is what it usually means in computer science: 33=27.
3^^3, though, is 3^(3^3)=333=327. Already a biggish number: 7,625,597,484,987.
3^^^3 is 3^^(3^^3) which is 3^^7,625,597,484,987 which is 3^(7,625,597,484,987^7,625,597,484,987). And that's already more than most people want to think about.
3^^^^3=3^^^(3^^^3), and so on. From here on, I'll use my own augmentation to the notation: 3^43 will mean 3^^^^3. The subscript indicates how many ^s there are.
Now. Start with G1=3^3^^^^33. I'll wait for your brain to stop sizzling. That's 3^^^^3 ^'s between the 3's. And you know what that can do to a number.
From there, consider G2=3^G13. Yes, that's G1 ^s. Owwwww.
Continue on in this fashion, with each number specifying the number of ^s in the next one, until you get to G63. It's no longer meaningful to say it's incredibly big, it's just too incredibly big. That is Graham's number: G63. http://www.everything2.com/index.pl?node_id=752584
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Re: Numbers, for those who are curious [Re: Ravus]
#2974613  08/07/04 04:56 AM (12 years, 10 months ago) 


That's a pretty neat link.
"Twocolour the diagonals of an Ndimensional hypercube. What is the smallest N such that there must exist a K4 of one colour whose vertices are coplanar?"
And Graham found the upper limit of it, which was G63. Kick ass!!!
 
