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The asankhyeya (also called asaṃkhyeya[1]) is a number described in Buddhist texts that is equal to \(10^{140}\), or 1 followed by 140 zeroes.[2] It is pronounced Asougi in Japanese where it is equal to \(10^{56}\), and means "innumerable".

The Avatamsaka Sutra [1] gives an alternate description of Asankhyeya as \(10^{7\times2^{103}}\), defining a series of numbers that are squares of each other starting with one koti equalling \(10^7\), one koti kotis making an ayuta (\(10^{14}\)), one ayuta ayutas making a nayuta (\(10^{28}\)), and so on, with Asankhyeya being the 104th number in this chain.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "How large is one Asamkhyeya?" Bodhi Field.
  2. [1]

See alsoEdit

Googology in Asia

Fish numbers: Fish number 1 · Fish number 2 · Fish number 3 · Fish number 4 · Fish number 5 · Fish number 6 · Fish number 7
Mapping functions: S map · SS map · S(n) map · M(n) map · M(m,n) map
By Aeton: Okojo numbers · N-growing hierarchy
By BashicuHyudora: Pair sequence number · Bashicu matrix system
Indian counting system: Lakh · Crore
Chinese and Japanese counting system: Wan · Yi · Zhao · Jing · Gai · Zi · Rang · Gou · Jian · Zheng · Zai · Ji · Gougasha · Asougi · Nayuta · Fukashigi · Muryoutaisuu
Buddhist text: Tallakshana · Dvajagravati · Mahakathana · Asankhyeya · Dvajagranisamani · Vahanaprajnapti · Inga · Kuruta · Sarvanikshepa · Agrasara · Uttaraparamanurajahpravesa · Avatamsaka Sutra
Other: Taro's multivariable Ackermann function · Sushi Kokuuhen

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