Btw I ran the math and that is exactly 1 with 1 million zeros after it. That number is not able to be comprehended, like, at all.

Edit: still less than a googolplex

Btw I ran the math and that is exactly 1 with 1 million zeros after it. That number is not able to be comprehended, like, at all.

Edit: still less than a googolplex

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definitely more than 1 million zeros. I’d say somewhere in the neighborhood of 10^(10^(10^(10^(10^10)))) zeros, which in turn has a quantity of zeros, 10^(10^(10^(10^10))), which google still equates to infinity. In fact, it has so many zeros that the amount, 10^(10^(10^10)), is still infinity, as is 10^(10^10). 10^10, that is, the number of zeros in the number of zeros in the number of zeros in the number of zeros in the original number is, “only” 10000000000.

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The prefix “yotta” means 10^23. 10^23 seconds is approx. 80,000,000,000,000 years.

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I actually think it is *just* 1 million zeros. As you are multiplying the exponents by each other using the “power to a power” principle. Since 10 to the power of n just equals 1 and n number of zeroes. the number of zeroes is just 10^6 (1 million) since you multiplied the power of 10 by itself 6 times.

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If 10^n is a 1 followed by n zeroes (which it is, that’s how base 10 works), then a 1 followed by a million zeroes would be 10^{10^6}. The number in question is 10^{10^{10^{10^{10^{10}}}}}, which would be written in expanded form as a 1 followed by 10^{10^{10^{10^{10}}}} zeroes. 10^{10^{10^{10^{10}}}} is a *crazy* big number, equivalent to 10^{\text{googolplex}}, which is *way* bigger than a million. So there are many orders of magnitude more than a million zeroes in the expansion of 10^{10^{10^{10^{10^{10}}}}}.

(Turns out this forum supports inline \LaTeX, which is the best thing I’ve learned all month .)

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Oh crap, I simplified it in my head incorrectly. I falsely simplified the number into (10^{10})^{10}... and so on. Yeah I made an oopsie.

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What about a Marioplex? (Props to those Theorists who get the reference!)

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What have I done.

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at lease we have switch from dank memes to more intelligent memes

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I think you mean a Marioplex to the power of a Marioplex. A Supermarioplex?

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when a meme disscussion becomes math class

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lot better than my math class in any case

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That one is the best.

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Anyone else see the resemblance?

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You still spelled centuries wrong

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