Hi. I'm thinking of adding several numbers. But was hoping for some guidance because this is my first foray into posting here ("Long time "listener" first time "caller"! ... aka noob! :-)

Here are the numbers I'd like to add:

2^(2^63), i.e., 2^9223372036854775808; which is obviously uncomputable, although WAlpha tells us there are 2776511644261678567 digits! :-)

and, by contrast:

(2^2)^63, i.e., 4^63, which is a mere: 85070591730234615865843651857942052864

I'd like to contrast these if possible. I guess that I could link the pages to one another.

The other numbers I'm interested in posting are a bit harder to classify. They are the numbers you get by taking the decimal point out of common irrationals like Pi and e, so they are uncomputable infinite length integers, which I guess go into the ITM category.

Thanks! Jefloe

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