Tupper's number (so named by Cookie Fonster) is the 544-digit number that makes Tupper's self-referential formula work (although the formula is not actually very much self-referential, because the number below is as important as the formula itself).[1] It is approximately equal to \(4.85845 \times 10^{543}\). Its full decimal expansion is shown below:



The formula itself visually reproduced by graphing the set of points (x,y) satisfying Tupper's inequality, in the area 0<x<106 and N<y<N+17 where N is Tupper's number.



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