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Matthew's number[1] is a number coined by pretty young googologist Matěj Sál (on Wikia known as Unknown95387).

Definition Edit

This number has 220 digits. It is equal to the product of the first 100 prime numbers. In decimal notation, it is
4711930799906184953162487834760260422020574773409675520188634839616415335845034221205289256705544681972439104097777157991804380284218315038719444943990492579030720635990538452312528339864352999310398481791730017201031090

The prime factorization is: 2×3×5×7×11×13×17×19×23×29×31×37×41×43×47×53×59×61×67×71×73×79×83×89×97×101×

103×107×109×113×127×131×137×139×149×151×157×163×167×173×179×181×191×193×197×

199×211×223×227×229×233×239×241×251×257×263×269×271×277×281×283×293×307×311×

313×317×331×337×347×349×353×359×367×373×379×383×389×397×401×409×419×421×431×

433×439×443×449×457×461×463×467×479×487×491×499×503×509×521×523×541

Approximations in other notations Edit

Notation Approximation
Scientific notation 4.712×10219
Up-arrow notation 10↑220
Hyperfactorial array notation 130!
BEAF {10,220}

See also Edit

Sources Edit

  1. https://sites.google.com/site/unknown95387slargenumbers/

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