1,2,3,4,5…

One googol written out is: 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

12 thoughts on “1,2,3,4,5…”

  1. 2 things…. – first of all, you spelled “google” wrong. (its like the website) secondly, it has 33 commas

  2. ur wrong – one goggol is spelled right. I had too much time so i looked it up in the dictionary. it has 100 zeros after the one.

  3. UM……………. – I can’t count that i unless i got a giagantic calculater
    look wat i can do @=]:::::::::::::::::::::>
    im cool no im not yes i am shut up good side no u shut up

  4. Oh…. – Ya I learned about that googol. Ya know the guy who came up with that name for the number? he asked his baby nephew what it should be called, and he said, “Google!”. Ain’t that sweet? I read that in a book. There’s also a googleplex which is I think 10 to the 100 power but I could be wrong.

  5. huh? – ok, one million = 1,000,000 but ONE google is 10,000,000,000,etc. it must be a 1 with 99 zeros after it because the way it is, it looks like ten google.

  6. Almost, Moxie – You’re close Moxie. Googleplex is a one followed by googol zeros. That’s a very enormous number.

  7. HUGE – 10^100 (Ten raised to the One hundredth power) is one googol, because 10^X has X 0s after a 1. One googolplex is 10^googol (or 10^(10^100)). Just a note, if an atomic mass unit (AMU) is the mass of a single proton, then one googol AMUs is 10,000,000,000 times the mass of the entire universe. What the hell would you ever use 1 googol for? And a GOOGOLPLEX? – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Oh, and reenie, that would make sense, but 1 duotrigintillion is a one with 99 0s after it. A googol is basically a wierd made up name for 10 duotrigintillion. One more note: If mono means 1, and bi means 2, and tri means 3,… then why does a million have 2 sets of 0s, a billion 3 sets, a trillion 4,…? One thousand screws the whole thing up.

  8. Oh, yeah, the rest of the world – Sorry, if you’re british, or european, or something like that, than one milliard has 3 sets of 0s, one billion has 4, one billiard has 5,… that’s just really screwed up.

  9. Correction – Sorry, that last number was wrong. The mass of the universe is actually about 3*10^55 grams, which is (3*10^55)(6*10^23) = 1.8*10^79 AMUs. 1 googol is 1*10^100, there are (10^100)/(1.8*10^79) = .555…*10^21times the mass of the univers in AMUs in a googol. So a googol protons weighs about as much as 555,000,000,000,000,000,000 universes. And considering it would take more than 6 billion trillion protons to make up a single gram of matter… a googol is a lot.

  10. Too Big – No imagine writing that many 0’s after a one just to write down the number, and that’s a googolplex. I could spend my entire life trying to express 1 googlplex without an exponent and never come a trentillionth of the way there. That’s just writing down the number, not counting that high.
    —————————————————————————- from the king of too many messages: ———————————
    What’s, the point of having a forum in which people only post once a year or once every several months? I’m not asking you to come on every day, but come on! At biblical leniancy I wanted to have an actual discussion, but apparantly that’s impossible as no one has posted again since I have. I will give this site another few weeks before I give up because nobody else ever posts.

  11. ebster – are you like a math teacher, or like a robot, or something? cause you use lots of big words and stuff. and its confusing

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