There is no acknowledged number that comes after a googolplexian.

## Detailed response question

While there are many large numbers in mathematics, there is no known acknowledged number that comes after a googolplexian. A googolplexian is a number that is 1 followed by a googolplex of zeros (where a googol is 10 to the power of 100). To put this into perspective, a googol is a number that is larger than the number of atoms in the observable universe.

One interesting fact about large numbers is that they have practical applications in cryptography and computer science. For example, large prime numbers are used in encryption algorithms to secure information on the internet.

Another interesting fact is that the concept of infinity has been debated by mathematicians for centuries. In fact, Galileo Galilei once said, “The universe cannot be read until we have learned the language and become familiar with the characters in which it is written. It is written in mathematical language, and the letters are triangles, circles, and other geometrical figures, without which means it is humanly impossible to comprehend a single word.”

While there is no acknowledgment of a number that comes after a googolplexian, here is a table showing some of the largest named numbers in mathematics:

Number | Number of Digits |
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Googol | 101 |

Googolplex | 10,000,001 |

Graham’s Number | Unimaginably large |

TREE(3) | Unimaginably large |

As the numbers get larger, it becomes increasingly difficult to comprehend their magnitude. While the concept of a never-ending sequence of numbers and infinite amounts of space and time is mind-boggling, as Stephen Hawking once said, “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.”

## Response to your question in video format

The video discusses the possibility of no number larger than googolplex and the options for creating new numbers such as ungoggleplex and other combinations. The speaker also encourages viewers to contribute their own ideas in the comments section.

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Some numbers come after googolplex, and we have named them too. Skewes’ number is one of the larger numbers than even a googolplex. This number was developed by mathematician Stanley Skewes and named after him. Skewes had a particular interest in prime numbers.

Answer: A

googolplexianor a googolduplex would be bigger as it is 1 followed by googolplex zeroes, which is 10^ (10^ (10^100)) Another bigger number is googoltriplex, 1 followed by googolplexian zeroes, = 10^ (10^ (10^ (10^100))) Another big number, a giggol (not giggle), is equal to 10^^100 = 10^ (10^ (10^… (10^ (10^10)))…)))

**Furthermore, people are interested**

**What is bigger than a Googolplexian?**

Answer will be: What’s bigger than a googolplex? Even though a googolplex is immense, **Graham’s number and Skewes’ number** are much larger. Named after mathematicians Ronald Graham and Stanley Skewes, both numbers are so large that they can’t be represented in the observable universe.

**What comes after Quattuorvigintillion?**

Names of Large Numbers

Name | Number |
---|---|

Quattuorvigintillion | 1 x 10 75 |

Quinvigintillion |
1 x 10 78 |

Sexvigintillion | 1 x 10 81 |

Septenvigintillion | 1 x 10 84 |

**Is millinillion bigger than googol?**

Response will be: Is millinillion bigger than googol? A millinillion is equal to 1 x 10^3003, which is a 1 followed by 3003 zeros. That is an incredibly massive number and is significantly larger than a googol, which is equal to 1 x 10^100.

**What is after a Millinillion?**

Then, you finally reach Millinillion. Repeat with those numbers to reach Billinillion. After that comes a **Trillinillion, Quadrillinillion, Quintillinillion, Sextillinillion, Septillinillion, Octillinillion, Nonillinillion**, and on…

Correspondingly, **How to properly explain a googolplexian?** The reply will be: To properly explain a "googolplexian" you should first start by understanding a "googol" and a "googolplex". Next, a GOOGOLPLEX is a 1 with a GOOGOL of zero’s after it (10googol). Finally a GOOGOLPLEXIAN is a 1 with a GOOGOLPLEX of zero’s after it (10googolplex).

Herein, **What is after a googolplex?** The googolplex is, then, a specific finite number, equal to 1 with a googol zeros after it. What is after a Centillion? A centillion is the number 1 followed by 303 zeros. It is the highest number given a name under the convention that every 3 zeros you add gets a new name (thousand, million, billion, trillion, etc.)

**What is the difference between a googol and a googolplex?**

As an answer to this: A Googol is defined as 10100 10 100. A Googolplex is defined as 10Googol 10 Googol. A Googolplexian is defined as 10Googolplex 10 Googolplex. Intuitively, it seems to me that Graham’s number is larger (maybe because of it’s complex definition). Can anybody prove this?

Simply so, **How do you write googolplex?**

Googolplex is usually written 10googol. Also 1010 to the 100th power or 10^{10^{100}} If you were to type the number googolplex out using times new roman size 1 font then the number would be about 20 times the length of this universe. (Seriously). Googolplex is the second largest number.

Consequently, **What is after googolplex?** Answer will be: Answer: A googolplexian or a googolduplex would be bigger as it is 1 followed by googolplex zeroes, which is 10^ (10^ (10^100)) Another bigger number is googoltriplex, 1 followed by googolplexian zeroes, = 10^ (10^ (10^ (10^100)))

Accordingly, **What is a googolplexian?**

Response: A googolplexian is **ten followed by googolplex zeros**, as googolplex is ten followed by googol zeros while googol is ten followed by hundred zeros I.e 10^ (100). A googolplexian is a number represented by 1 followed by a googolplex number of zeros.

Thereof, **Which number would be bigger a googolplexian or a googolduplex?** In reply to that: Answer: **A googolplexian** or a googolduplex would be bigger as it is 1 followed by googolplex zeroes, which is 10^ (10^ (10^100)) Another bigger number is googoltriplex, 1 followed by googolplexian zeroes, = 10^ (10^ (10^ (10^100))) Another big number, a giggol (not giggle), is equal to 10^^100 = 10^ (10^ (10^… (10^ (10^10)))…))) With 100 tens

Keeping this in consideration, **What is 10 N googolplex?** The googolplex is, then, a specific finite number, equal to 1 with a googol zeros after it. John Horton Conway and Richard K. Guy have suggested that N-plex be used as a name for 10 N. This gives rise to the name googolplexplex for 10 googolplex = 10 1010100.