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Kassner followed it up with a much larger number, the GOOGOLPLEX, which equals 10 to the GOOGOL power, which equals 10 to the 10 to the 100th power, which equals 1 followed by a GOOGOL of zeros.
The new number name is made by attaching one or more of the three syllables in GOOGOLPLEX to the base number name.
between the ages of 13 and 19 can submit a photo by visiting Googolplex from the AA Credit Union website at www.
The Storm Trysail Red team, made up of 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart Race winner Aera (Nick Lykiadopulo, UK), Blue Yankee (Bob & Farley Towse, Stamford, Ct) and Googolplex (Colin Reith, New York) finished second.
If you accept that the folks at Microsoft probably know a thing or googolplex about marketing, and given that marketing is essential for moving products and even ideas within and without any organization, then it might be worthwhile for you to spend some time with The Marketing Playbook.
To those not steeped in mathematics, the name Google doesn't appear to inspire confidence fit actually derives from googolplex (the number 1 followed by 1,000 zeroes).
Of course, the mathematical community being peopled largely by nerds with a killer competitive streak (they're all after the same funding from half a dozen corporations, don't forget) it wasn't long before someone else (whose name history has not seen fit to record) came up with the idea of the googolplex.
Managers of the subscriptionbased Googolplex said that the number of youthful applicants to serve on a paid youth editorial board has risen markedly.
As a number, it, and the googolplex, seem to be drifting into the status of urban legend, not often known, and rarely understood, except as a mysterious number-word.
The 16 year-old has been named the first grand-prize winner in the themed photo contest offered by CUNA's three-in-one online youth periodical Googolplex.
The soda, like the pilot, was doomed to the annals of history until Portsmouth entrepreneur David Hallmark, the inventor of the award-winning board game, Googolplex, rediscovered it.
But way beyond this in size is the much larger googolplex, whose definition reads