Ghigol is a number in the googol family, coined by substituting -hi- from the vowel sound of six. It was formerly known as simply gigol, without the silent H, until the name conflicted with the much larger number of Jonathan Bowers for g(6, 100, 10). The -h- infix came to be known as standing for "formerly high". It is equal to only g(2, 50, 6(50)) = g(2, 50, 300) = \(300^{50}\). It has only 124 digits.[1]

Its decimal representation is:


Sources Edit

  1. googology

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