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# What is a googleplex?

A "googolplex" is an extremely large number expressed by 1 followed by a googol of zeros. A googol is mathematically expressed as 10 to the 100th power.

Continue ReadingThe words googol and googolplex first appeared in print in the 1940 edition of "Mathematics and the Imagination," co-written by Edward Kasner and James R. Newman. The book credits Kasner's nephew with coining the words as a response to Kasner's request to name an enormous number. As of 2014, it is impossible to express a googolplex in standard form. Doing so, explained astronomer Carl Sagan, would require more space than is available in the known universe.

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## How many zeroes are in a googol?

A: A googol has 100 zeroes in expanded notation, and in exponent notation, it is 10 to the power. A googol is written by writing the digit one and then puttin... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How many zeros are in one hundred million?

A: One hundred million is written with eight zeros. Since one million is written with six, adding the two more zeros for 100 makes a total of eight for 100 mi... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## What are binary numbers?

A: Binary numbers are a way to represent numbers using only zeros and ones. The binary system can also be called the base-2 system as each number place is equ... Full Answer >Filed Under: -
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## How many zeros are in one million?

A: There are six zeros in one million. This figure does not include decimal points.... Full Answer >Filed Under: