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the biggest number referred to regularly is a googolplex (10googol), which works out as 1010^100

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7 the schmittyillion i something i coined... i am a googolist guys. spare me. schmittyillion is 10^3 * 10^3 * 10... a googol minus 2 more times raised to the 4182001. the quadrimilliquattuordecicentillion though is one followed by 12345 zeroes according to googology wiki i coined that also. i also coined pastavecillion and nastihotillion. as well as tunapotillion as seen below, from large numbers to infinity wiki on fandom:

pastavecillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e13)+30)+3)

nastihotillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.7e13+(300)))+3)

tunapotillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e16)+3e1500)+3)

termabotillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e19)+3e600)+3)

terminalillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e19+(27,000)))+3)

novopastillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.7e22)+3e(3e(1.5e13))+3)

trolapetillion, 1e(3e(3e(9e24)+3e15)+3)

yolopalillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e25)+3e(3e(1.5e4))+3)

yetitrolillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e28+(9e24)))+3)

netipotillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.7e28+(1500)))+3)

dupasupamegamillillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e36)+3e(3e36)+3,000,003)+3)

pupanecterillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e37)+3e282)+3)

pupitreetillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e37+(9e27)))+3)

yersohotillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e40)+3e(3e300))+3)

multiversillion, 1e(3e(3e(3e42+(3e39)))+3)

taxapermillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e37)+3e(1.5e19))+3)

peyratolillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e46)+3e(1.2e25))+3)

dousatonlillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e60)+3e(1.2e55))+3)

torsobultillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e64)+3e(3e(6e42))+3)

tripahorsillion, 1e(3e(3e(9e111)+3e(3e63))+3)

tipapotillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e112)+3e1500)+3)

tipahousillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e112)+3e(3e60))+3)

datanetillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e120)+3e(2.7e28))+3)

portapotyrillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e241)+3e(1.5e48)+3)

banananodolillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e300)+3e(6e24)+3)

yebrosupillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e3001)+3e(3e(3e36))+3)

mayodipillion, 1e(3e(3e(3e(3e12)))+3e(3e(6e111))+3)

jonathan bowers is known for his illion system. for example millillion is the 1000th illion, but micrillion is the millionth, nanillion the billionth, etc. he divides his illions in tiers. each tier depends on how many base powers of ten there are. if the top exponent is over 3000, it should be placed in the tier above. if it is lower than three, it should be put in the tier below. all listed above are tier 4 and 5 -illions, which are bigger than both googolplexian (googolplex zeroes) and googoltriplex (googolplexian zeroes). like i said, all of these are still no match for schmittyillion which is in tier googol. another number i coined is inphixillion, in tier googolillion (10^(3*googol+3)), which is probably the largest googolism by record.

i hope you learned a lot from this! * -trakaplex * ๐

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3 update: inphixillion is now a number! it is a googolillion 3*10 base exponents raised to the 110101011 back down a googolillion bases plus three.

come on it is obviously infinity with 1 and infinite zeros.

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5 the schmittyillion i something i coined... i am a googolist guys. spare me. schmittyillion is 10^310^310... a googol minus 2 more times raised to the 4182001. the quadrimilliquattuordecicentillion though is one followed by 12345 zeroes according to googology wiki i coined that also. i also coined pastavecillion and nastihotillion. as well as tunapotillion as seen below, from large numbers to infinity wiki on fandom:

pastavecillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e13)+30)+3)

nastihotillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.7e13+(300)))+3)

tunapotillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e16)+3e1500)+3)

termabotillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e19)+3e600)+3)

terminalillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e19+(27,000)))+3)

novopastillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.7e22)+3e(3e(1.5e13))+3)

trolapetillion, 1e(3e(3e(9e24)+3e15)+3)

yolopalillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e25)+3e(3e(1.5e4))+3)

yetitrolillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e28+(9e24)))+3)

netipotillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.7e28+(1500)))+3)

dupasupamegamillillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e36)+3e(3e36)+3,000,003)+3)

pupanecterillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e37)+3e282)+3)

pupitreetillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e37+(9e27)))+3)

yersohotillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e40)+3e(3e300))+3)

multiversillion, 1e(3e(3e(3e42+(3e39)))+3)

taxapermillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e37)+3e(1.5e19))+3)

peyratolillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e46)+3e(1.2e25))+3)

dousatonlillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e60)+3e(1.2e55))+3)

torsobultillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e64)+3e(3e(6e42))+3)

tripahorsillion, 1e(3e(3e(9e111)+3e(3e63))+3)

tipapotillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e112)+3e1500)+3)

tipahousillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.2e112)+3e(3e60))+3)

datanetillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e120)+3e(2.7e28))+3)

portapotyrillion, 1e(3e(3e(1.5e241)+3e(1.5e48)+3)

banananodolillion, 1e(3e(3e(6e300)+3e(6e24)+3)

yebrosupillion, 1e(3e(3e(2.4e3001)+3e(3e(3e36))+3)

mayodipillion, 1e(3e(3e(3e(3e12)))+3e(3e(6e111))+3)

jonathan bowers is known for his illion system. for example millillion is the 1000th illion, but micrillion is the millionth, nanillion the billionth, etc. he divides his illions in tiers. each tier depends on how many base powers of ten there are. if the top exponent is over 3000, it should be placed in the tier above. if it is lower than three, it should be put in the tier below. all listed above are tier 4 and 5 -illions, which are bigger than both googolplexian (googolplex zeroes) and googoltriplex (googolplexian zeroes). like i said, all of these are still no match for schmittyillion which is in tier googol. another number i coined is inphixillion, in tier googolillion (10^(3*googol+3)), which is probably the largest googolism by record.

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0pi is the 2nd biggest known number

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0and infinite is the 1st biggest known number

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0yes google is the biggest number ever known. google is a 1 with a hundred 0's.

infinity. it looks like this - ∞

it is googleplex. that is the biggset one known. it is 1 with google zeros. google has 100 zeros and is the next biggest number

numbers are infinite. there is no end of numbers

squares go up to infinity there is no limit, but there is no answer for the largest known square number here yet there won't no answer for that.

as far as is known, there are no man-made objects on saturn, and therefore no numbers there.

it’s a googolplexian. to see how big it is we need to see another big number. googol. a googol is a 1 with 100 zeros. a googolplex is a 1 with googol zeroes. a googolplexian is a 1 with googolplex zeroes. so yeah. but you know million, billion, trillion. what’s the biggest -illion number. in many dictionaries it’s centillion a 1 with 303 zeroes. but we can go further. if you include every number known even the ones not in a single official dictionary. it is a millinillion a 1 with 3003 zeroes! so conclusion.googolplexian - biggest known numbercentillion - biggest -illion number (in dictionaries)millinillion - biggest -illion number (including non-dictionary numbers)

the biggest known asteroid is ceres

answer:the biggest thing known to man is the universe (not observable universe) but if omniverse exist, that would be the biggest thing known to man.

it did not because there is no such thing as the biggest number.

yes it was the biggest ship known to man

google is the biggest number in the world and google is a real number

there hasn't been 'the biggest number' so there is no biggest number! nobody has really mentioned any number beyond the billions!

from what i know i believe the whale is the biggest type of animal known.

the biggest battery i known of is j but the biggest is 4.5 v

since there is no biggest integer, there can be no biggest rational number - since any integer is a rational number with the denominator = 1.

correct! there is no bigist number. there is no biggest number either.

there is no biggest number. no matter what number you have, there is always a bigger one. numbers go on forever!

what is the biggest decimal number?that isn't answering the question.

9000,00 is the biggest number in six decimal

the biggest bomb known in mankind is a nuclear bomb :)

the biggest known foot size is a 16"

the biggest herb known to man is the banana tree

there is no biggest number in indonesia. if there were a number x that was the biggest in indonesia, we could make a bigger number in indonesia by adding any positive number a to x, thereby getting a bigger number x+a. we leave as an exercise to the reader the question of whether there can be a biggest number in malaysia or the philippines.

there is no biggest whole number. you can always add one more.

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