**The number “Googol.”.** This is an enormous number, unimaginably huge. Easily represent the largest numbers (and the smallest numbers) in the exponential format: 10100, a method that is extremely compact.

The document can also be presented in its full format: one “zero” after 100 “zeroes”. The format of the exponential graph is more straightforward to read. The full format might make it hard to measure the number of times you have to use the term “billion” in ten billions of billions of billions o … and so on. Anyhow, our grasp of the magnitude of the problem is insufficient. The smallest googol has a value larger than any description of the Universe that we are able to comprehend. There are around a hundred billion stars in our Galaxy, for example. The number of stars increases exponentially. 2×1033 grams make up the mass of the Sun. we can calculate that the visible mass of our Galaxy is approximately 1045 grams. This mass is based on the measurement as an average star mass.

The googol is [katex]10^{100}[/katex]

Googolplexes are 10 to the power of googol. Googolplexian is 10 times a googolplex. It is the tenth power of a googol plexin. Thus, Thanos squares off against an almost unimaginably large number of Magikarp all at level 19 (they know how to tackle).

**The 5 largest named numbers, largest to smallest:**

- Aleph number (Infinity)
- Googolplexian (10googolplex10googolplex)
- Googolplex (10googol10googol)
- Googol (1010010100)
- Marioplex (1.8×10124311.8×1012431, coined by Matthew Patrick, amount of possible Mario Maker levels.)

**Is Googolplex Bigger than Infinity? **

**Naturally, at this point, someone suggested an even bigger number, “googolplex.” The word “googolplex” was in reality strike to mean a one followed by a googol zero. …Its reality there is nothing large as infinity but infinity is not a number it just denotes endless. **