# What is the googolth digit of pi

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This list contains selected positive numbers in increasing order, including counts of things, without the dimension of quantity and probabilities. Each number is given a name in the short scale used in English speaking countries, as well as a name in the long scale used in some of the countries that do not have English as their national language.

### Less than 10 (one googolth)

• Math - writing: About 10 is a rough first estimate of the probability that a monkey, placed in front of a typewriter and given appropriate food, breaks, and sleep as he pretends, will type all of Hamlet's letters on the first try. However, taking punctuation, capitalization, and spacing into account, the real probability of the ape typing Hamlet is less: about 10.
• Computer Science: The number 5 is roughly equal to the smallest positive non-zero value that can be represented by a double precision IEEE float point value.

### 10 to 10

• Computer Science: The number 1.4 is roughly equal to the smallest positive non-zero value that can be represented by a simple precision IEEE floating point value.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one nonillionth; long scale: one quintillionth)

• Mathematics: The probability in a game of the bridge of all four players getting a whole lawsuit is approximate.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one octillionth; long scale: one quadrilliardth)

### 10

(1000; short scale: a septillionth; long scale: a quadrillionth)

ISO: yocto- (y)

### 10

(1000; short scale: a sextillionth; long scale: a trilliardth)

ISO: zepto- (z)

• Mathematics: The probability of comparing 20 numbers for 20 in a game of Keno is approximately 2.83 × 10.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one quintillionth; long scale: one trillionth)

ISO: atto- (a)

• Mathematics: The chance of rolling snake eyes 10 times in a row on a pair of beautiful dice is over

### 10

(1000; short scale: one quadrillionth; long scale: one billiardth)

ISO: femto- (f)

### 10

(1000; short scale: one trillionth; long scale: millionth)

ISO: pico- (p)

• Mathematics: The probability in a game of the bridge of a player getting a whole lawsuit is approximate
• BioMed: The human visual sensitivity to 1000 nm light is approximately its maximum sensitivity at 555 nm.

### 10

(1000; short scale: millionth; long scale: one billionth)

ISO: nano- (n)

• Mathematics Lottery: The odds of winning the Grand Prize (matching all 6 numbers) in the Powerball US Lottery with a one-way ticket under the rules is 195,249,053 to 1 against, for a chance.
• Mathematics Lottery: The odds of winning the top prize (matching the 6 main numbers) in the UK National Lottery with a one-way ticket under the rules is 13,983,815 to 1 against, for a chance.

### 10

(1000; long and short scales: millionth)

ISO: micro - (μ)

• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt a royal flush in poker is 649.739 to 1 versus, for a probability of 1.5 × 10.
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of a straight flush (to be dealt with differently than a royal flush) in poker is 72.192 to 1 versus, for a probability of 1.4 × 10 (0.0014%).
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt four of a kind in poker is 4.164 to 1 versus, for a probability of 2.4 × 10 (0.024%).

### 10

(0.001; 1000; thousandth)

ISO: milli- (M)

• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt a full house in poker is 693 to 1 versus, for a probability of 1.4 × 10 (0.14%).
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt with a flush in poker is 507.8 to 1 versus, for a probability of 1.9 × 10 (0.19%).
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt a straight in poker is 253.8 to 1 versus, for a chance of 4 × 10 (0.39%).
• Physics:α =, the immutable fine structure.

### 10

(0.01; hundredth)

ISO: centi- (c)

• Mathematics Lottery: The odds of winning any prize in the UK National Lottery with a one-way ticket under the rules as of 2003 is 54 to 1 against, for a probability of about 0.018 (1.8%)
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt three of a kind in poker is 46 to 1 against, for a probability of 0.021 (2.1%)
• Mathematics Lottery: The odds of winning any prize in the US multi-state Powerball lottery with a one-way ticket under the 2006 rules is 36.61 to 1 versus, for a probability of 0.027 (2.7%)
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of being dealt two pairs in poker is 20 to 1 versus, for a 0.048 (4.8%) chance.

### 10

(0.1; one tenth)

ISO: deci- (d)

• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of only being dealt one pair in poker is about 5 to 2 versus (2.37 to 1), for a 0.42 (42%) probability.
• Mathematics - Poker: The odds of not being dealt a couple in poker is almost 1 to 2, for a probability of about 0.5 (50%)
• Legal history: 10% was widespread as the tax levied on the income or generate in the ancient and medieval period, see tenths.

### 10

(1; a)

• Mathematics: , the ratio of the diagonal of a square to its side length.
• Mathematics: φ, the golden ratio
• Mathematics: The number system understood by most computers, the binary system, uses 2 digits: 0 and 1.
• Mathematics:e, the base of the natural logarithm
• Mathematics:π, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter
• BioMed: 7 ± 2, in epistemology, George A. Miller's estimate of the number of objects that can be held in human working memory at the same time
• Astronomy:8 planets in the solar system

### 10

(10; ten)

ISO: deca- (da)

• Human scale: There are 10 fingers on a pair of human hands and 10 toes on a pair of human feet.
• Mathematics: The number system used in everyday life, the decimal system, has 10 digits: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
• Mathematics: The hexadecimal system, a common number system used in computer programming, uses 16 digits, where the last 6 are usually represented by letters: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, A, B, C, D, E, F.
• Science fiction: The 23 mystery games play a prominent role at the ready Of the Illuminatus! trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson.
• Alphabetical writing: There are 26 letters in the English alphabet derived from Latin
• Science fiction: The number 42, in by Douglas Adams, is the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything that is calculated by an enormous supercomputer over a period of 7.5 million years. Unfortunately, nobody knows what the question is.
• Phonology: 47 phonemes in English phonology in the generally recognized pronunciation

### 10

(100; hundred)

ISO: hecto- (h)

• European history: Groupings of 100 homesteads were a general administrative unit in Northern Europe and Great Britain, see Hundred (county subdivision)
• Computer Science: There are 128 characters in the ASCII coding.
• Phonology: The Taa language is estimated to have between 130 and 164 different phonemes
• Political Science: There were 193 United Nations member states as of 2011.

### 10

(Thousand)

ISO: Kilo - (k)

• Typesetting: 2,000-3,000 letters on a typical typed page of text.
• Mathematics: 2520 is the least common multiple of any whole number less than 10.
• Military history: 4,200 (Republic) or 5,200 (Empire) was the standard size of a Roman legion
• BioMed: The DNA of the simplest viruses has around 5,000 base pairs.
• Linguistics: Estimates for the linguistic inequality of living human languages ​​or dialects range between 5,000 and 10,000 (SIL Ethnologue 2009 has listed 6,909 known living languages).
• Lexicography: 8,674 unique words in the Hebrew Bible

### 10

• BioMed: Every neuron in the human brain is estimated to be connected to 10,000 others
• Lexicography: 14,500 unique English words appear in the King James Version of the Bible
• Language: There are 20,000-40,000 different Chinese characters depending on how you list them
• BioMed: Every human being is estimated to have 30,000 to 40,000 genes
• Mathematics: 65,537 is Fermat First Greatest Known
• Memory: the largest number of decimal places of π that have been recited by heart is 67,890

### 10

(hundred thousand or one lakh)

• BioMed - Shores of Hair on a Head: The average human head has about 100,000-150,000 banks of hair
• Literature: about 100,000 verses (shlokas) in Mahabharata
• Mathematics: 180,000 - The approximate number of entries in the online encyclopedia of Episodes of the Whole Number
• Language: 267,000 words in Ulyssesby James Joyce
• Language - English words: The New Oxford Dictionary of English contains approximately 360,000 definitions for English words
• Literature: 564,000 words at war and peace by Leo Tolstoy
• Literature: 930,000 words in the King James Version of the Bible

### 10

(1000; long and short scales: one million)

ISO: mega - (M)

• BioMed types: The Weltmittel-Institut claims that around 1.4 million species from an unknown number of the total species have been named (estimate range between 2 and 100 million species), some scientists give 8.8 million species as an exact number.
• Info: The freedb database of CD track listings has approximately 1,750,000 entries
• Mathematics - playing cards: There are 2,598,960 different 5-card poker hands that can be dealt by a standard 52-card deck.
• Info websites: As of December 20, 2011, contains approximately 3,825,000 articles in the English language
• Geography / Computer Science - Geographical Places: The NIMA GEOnet name server contains approximately 3.88 million named geographic features outside the United States with 5.34 million names. The USGS Geographical Name Information System claims to have nearly 2 million physical and cultural geographical features within the United States.
• Genocide: About 5,100,000-6,200,000 Jews were killed in the Holocaust.

### 10

(one crore; long and short scales: ten million)

• Mathematics: 12,988,816 is the number of dominoes tiling the 8 × 8 checkerboard.
• Computer Science: 16,777,216 different colors can be generated in HTML using the witch code system (It has been estimated that the trichromatic color vision of the human eye can only distinguish approximately 1,000,000 different colors).
• Science fiction: In Isaac Asimov's Galactic Empire, in what we call 22,500 CE, there are 25,000,000 different inhabited planets in the Galactic Empire, all inhabited by humans in the "Asimov Human Milky Way" screenplay.

### 10

(long and short scales: one hundred million)

• Info - books: The UK library claims it moves 150 million items. The Library of Congress claims it holds about 148 million items. See The Gutenberg Milky Way
• Info websites: Netcraft's Web Review estimates there are 525,998,433 (525 million) different websites.
• Mathematics: More than 215,000,000 math constants are collected on Plouffe's inverter
• Mathematics: 275,305,224 is the number 5x5 normal magic squares, not counting sequences and reflections. This result was found in 1973 by Richard Schroeppel. It's the third 91768409-gonal number.
• Mathematics: 358,833,097 stellations of the rhombic triacontahedron
• Demographic data: Approximately 402,000,000 native speakers of English
• Internet: About 800,000,000 active users are on Facebook as of December 2011
• Astronomy - Cataloged Stars: The Führer Star Catalog II has entries on 998,402,801 different astronomical objects

### 10

(1000; short scale: one billion; long scale: one thousand million or people)

ISO: giga- (G)

• Demographics - India: 1,096,000,000 - approximate 2007 population of India
• Demographics - China: 1,311,000,000 - approximate 2007 People's Republic of China population.
• Computer science - computational limit of a 32-bit central processing unit: 2 147 483 647 equals 2 1, and because this is the largest number that can build a signed (the addition of two) 32-bit integer number on a computer, it is the upper computational limit of a 32-bit central processing unit as characteristic of Intel's Pentium class computer chips.
• BioMed - supporting pairs in the genome: about 3 basic pairs in the human genome
• linguistics: 3,400,000,000 - the total number of speakers of Indo-European languages, of whom 2,400,000,000 are native speakers; the other 1,000,000,000 speak Indo-European languages ​​as a second language
• Computer Science - IPv4: 4,294,967,296 (2) possible unique IP addresses.
• Computer Science: 4,294,967,296 - the number of bytes in 4 gibibytes; In the calculation, the 32-bit computers can directly access 2 pieces of the address space, which leads directly to the 4-gigabyte limit on the main memory.
• Mathematics: 4,294,967,297 is a number from Fermat and Halberst. It is the smallest number of the form that is not a prime number.
• Demographic data - world population: 7,000,000,000 - Estimated population for the world on October 31, 2011, the day of seven billion.

### 10

(short scale: ten billion; long scale: ten thousand million or ten people)

• BioMed - bacteria in the human body: There are around 10 bacteria in the human oral cavity
• Astronomy - Recognizable Milky Ways: As of 2003, there are between 1 and 8 Milky Way galaxies in discernible space

### 10

(short scale: one hundred billion; long scale: one hundred thousand million or one hundred people)

• BioMed - neurons in the brain: about 10 neurons in the human brain
• Paleopopulation statistics: About 1.06 × 10 people of Homo Sapiens have lived since speciation (40% of that number are babies who have not lived beyond their first year) (see World Population).
• Astronomy - Stars in our Milky Way: About 4 stars in the Milky Way Milky Way (Figure 1 is often mistakenly cited; this is the total mass of the Milky Way in solar masses. However, the total number of stars in the Milky Way is 4 because 73% of the stars in the Milky Way are red dwarfs, the have a much smaller mass than the sun.)

### 10

(1000; short scale: one trillion; long scale: one billion)

ISO: tera- (T)

• Astronomy:Andromeda Galaxy, which is part of the same local group as our Milky Way, contains roughly 10 stars.
• BioMed - bacteria on the human body: The surface of the human body houses about 10 bacteria.
• Marine biology: 3,500,000,000,000 (3.5 × 10) - estimated population of fish in the ocean.
• Math - Well-known digits of π: the number of known digits of π is 5,000,000,000,000 (5).
• mathematics: 7,625,597,484,987 - a number that appears often when dealing with Powers 3. It can be expressed as, and 3, or, using Knuth's arrow notation, it can be expressed as

3 \ uparrow \ uparrow 3

and

3 \ uparrow \ uparrow \ uparrow 2

.

• Mathematics: 10 - The approximate number of known nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function.
• BioMed - cells in the human body: The human body is made up of approximately 10 cells, only 10 of which are human.The remaining 90% nonhuman cells (although much smaller and onset of much less mass) are bacteria that mostly reside in the gastrointestinal tract, although the skin is also covered in bacteria.
• Computer Science - MAC-48: 281,474,976,710,656 (2) possible unique physical addresses.
• Mathematics: 953,467,954,114,363 is the largest known first Motzkin.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one quadrillion; long scale: one thousand billion or a game of billiards)

ISO: peta- (P)

• BioMed insects: 1,000,000,000,000,000 to 10,000,000,000,000,000 (10 to 10) - The estimated total number of ants alive on earth at any one time (their biomass is roughly equal to the total biomass of the human race).
• Computer Science: 9,007,199,254,740,992 (2) - Number up to which all integer values ​​can be accurately represented in IEEE double precision floating point format.
• Mathematics: 48,988,659,276,962,496 is the fifth taxi number.
• Science fiction: In Isaac Asimov's Galactic Empire, in what we call 22,500 CE, there are 25,000,000 different inhabited planets in the Galactic Empire, all inhabited by humans in the "Human Milky Way of Asimov" scenario, each with an average population of 2,000,000,000, thus yielding a total Galactic Empire population of about 50,000,000,000,000,000.
• Secret writing: There are 7,205759 different possible keys in the legacy 56-bit DES symmetric digit.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one quintillion; long scale: one trillion)

ISO: exa- (E)

• Computer Science - Manufacturing: Approximately 6 transistors were produced worldwide in 2008.
• Computer science - computational limit of a 64-bit central processing unit: 9,223,372,036,854,775,807 equals (about 9.22) 2-1, and because such is the largest number that can build a signed (the addition of two) 64-bit integer on a computer.
• Math - NCAA Basketball Tournament: There are 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 (2) possible ways of going into the bracket.
• Math Bases: 9,439,829,801,208,141,318 is the 10th and largest number with more than one digit that can be written from the base 2 to support 18 using only the digits 0 through 9.
• BioMed - insects: It has been estimated that the earth's insect population is approximately 10.
• Math - answer to the wheat and the chessboard problem: If you double the grains of wheat on each successive square of a chess board, starting with one grain of wheat on the first square, the final number of grains of wheat on all 64 squares of the chess board, when added together, is 2 1 = 18,446,744,073,709,551,615.
• Math - Legends: In the legend called the tower of Brahma above a Hindu temple, which contains a large room with three posts, one of which is 64 gold discs, the object of the math game for brahmins in the temple is to move all the discs to another pole move so that they are in the same order, never placing a larger disk over a smaller disk. It would take 2 1 = 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 turns to complete the task (same number as the wheat and checkerboard problem above).
• Mathematics - Rubik's Cube: There are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 (approximately 43) different 3x3x3 positions of Rubik's cube
• Password Power: The use of the sentence letter 95 found on standard computer keyboards for a password letter 10 yields computationally unrelenting 59,873,693,923,837,890,625 (95, about 6) offsets.
• National economy: Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe estimated in February 2009 by some economists at 10 sextillion percent, or a factor of 10

### 10

(1000; short scale: one sextillion; long scale: one thousand trillion or one trilliard)

ISO: zetta- (Z)

• Geo - grains of sand: All the aggregate beaches in the world have been estimated to have held about 10 grains of sand.
• Math - Sudoku: There are 6,670,903,752,021,072,936,960 (6.7) 9 × 9 sudoku grids.
• Astronomy Stars: 70 sextillion = 7 estimated number of stars within the range of telescopes (as of 2003), see mass of the recognizable universe.
• Mathematics: 146,361,946,186,458,562,560,000 (1.5) is the fifth unitary perfect number.
• Chemistry: There are approximately 6,022 molecules in a mole of any substance (Avogadro's number)

### 10

(1000; short scale: one septillion; long scale: one quadrillion)

ISO: yotta- (Y)

• Mathematics: 2,833,419,889,721,787,128,217,599 (2.8) is Woodall first.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one octillion; long scale: one thousand quadrillion or one quadrilliard)

• BioMed - atoms in the human body: The average human body contains about 7 atoms
• Mathematics - Poker: The number of unique combinations of hands and dealt cards in a 10 player game of Texas Hold'em is approximately 2,117, see Poker (Hold Texas) probability.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one nonillion; long scale: one quintillion)

• BioMed - bacterial cells on earth: The number of bacterial cells on earth is estimated to be around 5,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, or 5 × 10
• Mathematics: The number of divisions is 1000
24,061,467,864,032,622,473,692,149,727,991.
• Mathematics: 2 = 324,518,553,658,426,726,783,156,020,576,256 the last known power is not two, containing a digit '9'.

### 10

(1000; short scale: one decillion; long scale: one thousand quintillion or one quintilliard)

• Mathematics - the star of Alexander: There are 72,431,714,252,715,638,411,621,302,272,000,000 (about 7.24) different positions of the star of Alexander

### 10

(1000; short scale: one undecillion; long scale: one sextillion)

• physics: Ke / G, the ratio of the electromagnetic to the gravitational forces between two protons, is about 10.
• Mathematics: = 170,141,183,460,469,231,731,687,303,715,884,105,727 (1.7) is double first Mersenne.
• Computer Science: (2 = 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 (3.40282367), the theoretical maximum number of Internet addresses that can be assigned under the IPv6 U-turn system, one more than the largest value, which is determined by a simple precision IEEE floating point value, the total number of various general unique Identifiers (UUIDs) can be represented, which can be generated.
• Secret writing: 2 = 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 (3.40282367), the total number of different possible keys in the AES 128-bit key space (symmetric digit).

### 10

(1000; short scale: one duodecillion; long scale: one thousand sextillion or one sextilliard)

• Cosmology: The Eddington-Dirac number is roughly 10.
• Mathematics: 69,720,375,229,712,477,164,533,808,935,312,303,556,800 (7.0) is the least common multiple of any whole number from 1 to 100.

### 10 to 10

(1000; short scale: a tredecillion; long scale: a septillion)

• Mathematics: 141 × 2 + 1 = 393,050,634,124,102,232,869,567,034,555,427,371,542,904,833 (3.9) is the second Cullen first
• Mathematics: There are 7,401,196,841,564,901,869,874,093,974,498,574,336,000,000,000 (7.4) possible transfers for the Rubik's Revenge (4x4x4's Rubik's Cube).
• chess: 4.52 is a proven upper bound for the number of legal chess positions.
• Mathematics: 808,017,424,794,512,875,886,459,904,961,710,757,005,754,368,000,000,000 (8) is the order of the monster group.
• Secret writing: There are 6.27710174 different possible keys in the AES 192-bit key space (symmetric digit).
• Cosmology: 8 is roughly the number of time intervals from Planck, since the universe is theorized to have been created in the Big Bang 13.7 ± 0.2 billion years ago.
• Cosmology: 1 is Archimedes' estimate in Sand calculator the total number of grains of sand that could enclose the entire universe, the diameter of which he has estimated to be what we call 2 light years.
• Math Cards: 52! = 80,658,175,170,943,878,571,660,636,856,403,766,975,289,505,440,883,277,824,000,000,000,000 (8) - the number of ways to order the cards in a 52-card deck.
• Mathematics: 1,808,422,353,177,349,564,546,512,035,512,530,001,279,481,259,854,248,860,454,348,989,451,026,887 (1.8) - The largest known major factor found by ECM factorization.
• Mathematics: There are 282 870 942 277 741 856 536 180 333 107 150 328 293 127 731 985 672 134 721 536 000 000 000 000 000 (2.8287) possible transfers for the professor's cube (5x5x5 of Rubik's cube).
• Secret writing: There are 1.15792089 different possible keys in the AES 256 bit keyspace (symmetrical digit).
• Cosmology: Various sources estimate that the total number of fundamental particles in the recognizable universe is within the range 10 to 10. However, these estimates are generally viewed as speculation.
• Mathematics: 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000; 10, a googol

### 10 (a googol) to (a googolplex)

• Mathematics: There are 157 152 858 401 024 063 281 013 959 519 483 771 508 510 790 313 968 742 344 694 684 829 502 629 887 168 573 442 107 637 760 00 (1.5715) distinguishable offsets of the V-cube 6 (6x6x6 the cube of Rubik ).
• Chess: Shannon figure, 10, an assessment of the game tree complexity of chess.
• Physics: 8, Ratio of the mass energy in the recognizable universe to the energy of a photon with a wavelength the size of the recognizable universe.
• History - Religion: Asa khyeya is a Buddhist name for the number 10. It is recorded in the Avatamsaka Sutra and metaphorically means "innumerable" in the Sanskrit language of ancient India.
• Xiangqi: 10, an assessment of the game tree complexity of xiangqi.
• Mathematics: There are 19 500 551 183 731 307 835 329 126 754 019 748 794 904 992 692 043 434 567 152 132 912 323 232 706 135 469 180 065 278 712 755 (1.9501) distinguishable offsets of the V-cube 7 (7x7x7 the cube of Rubik ).
• Board games: 3,457 The number of ways to classify the bricks in English is on a standard 15 by 15 scratch board.
• Physics: 4, approximate number of Planck volumes in discernible space.
• Computer Science: 1,797 693 134 862 3157 is roughly equal to the largest value that can be represented in the IEEE double precision floating point format.
• Are you going: 10 Goes an assessment of the game tree complexity in the game of.
• Mathematics: 2638 + 4405 is 15,071 digit first Leyland; the greatest that has been proven.
• Mathematics: 183,027 × 2 1 is a 79,911-digit first Sophie Germain; the known greatest.
• Mathematics: 65,516,468,355 x 2 ± 1 are 100,355 digit twin flowers; the known greatest.
• Mathematics: 10 + 47960506974 × 10 + 1 is a 200.001-digit palindromic flower, the largest known.
• Mathematics: about 7.76 · 10 cattle in the smallest herd satisfying the conditions of Archimedes' cattle problem.
• Mathematics: 843,301 # - 1 is a 365,851 digit primorial flower; the known greatest.
• Mathematics: 110,059! +1 is a 507,082 digit factorial flower; the known greatest.
• Mathematics - Literature:The library of Jorge Luis Borges Babels contains at least books (that is a lower bound).
• Mathematics: 75,898 + 1 is a 2,558,647 digit Generalized Fermat Flower, the largest known.
• Mathematics: 19.249 × 2 + 1 are 3,918,990-digit proth first, largest known proth first and non-Mersenne bloom.
• Mathematics: 2 1 are 12,978,189-digit first Mersenne; the largest known flower of any kind.
• Mathematics: 2 × (2 1) is a 25,956,377-digit perfect number, the largest known as of 2010.
• Mathematics - History: 10, largest named number in the sandcomputer from Archimedes.
• Mathematics: 10, a googolplex.

### Bigger than (a googolplex)

• Cosmology: In the chaotic inflation theory proposed by physicist Andrei Linde, our universe is one of many other universes with various physical constants that arose as part of our local division of the multiple verse as a result of a vacuum that had not fallen to its bottom state . According to Linde and Vanchurin, the total number of this universe is above it.
• Mathematics - Literature: The number of different ways in which the books in Luis Borges Babels' library can be classified is.
• Mathematics: the magnitude of an upper bound that has occurred in a Skewes proof (later estimated to be actually close to 1,397 × 10).
• Mathematics: the order of magnitude of another ober has tied in a proof by Skewes.
• Mathematics: Moser's number "2 in a mega-gon" is roughly equal to 10 ... 10 where there are 10 257 arrows.
• Mathematics:Graham's number, the last ten digits of which are ... 24641 95387. Arises as an upper definite solution to a problem in Ramsey's theory. The representation in Powers 10 would be impractical (the number of digits in the exponent far exceeds the number of particles in the recognizable universe).
• Mathematics: TREE (3): Appears in relation to a theorem on trees in graph theory. Representing the number is difficult, but a deeper bound weaker one is (1), where (n) is a version of Ackermann's function.