Actually I thought this one was funnier.
Biggest named number is Googolplex
Biggest number is ZERO.
Or sup R?
The biggest number is infinity minus one.
Are you sure? how about infinity - .5 ... no wait....maybe infinity - .1 .... no wait...
Gee maybe there is NO biggest number.
No, its infinity minus one over infinity.
You're right. My mistake.
Infinity minus one is the largest WHOLE number.
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Second for Graham's number.
Infinity is a concept, not a number. Graham's number has the distinction of being the largest number ever used in a serious work of math.
And it is large indeed. In fact, it leaves 'large' lying upside-down on the dirt track, feet in the air with one shoe off and its frillies billowing in the breeze.
That would be true if infinity were a whole number, but it isn't.
While probably true given some interpretation of these words, there are several number systems that have numbers named "infinity" or some variation thereof.
That's not a big number: that's a big numeral.
No no ,you got it all backwards!
(And we're back at post #1)
You're forgetting Jimmy's constant J equal to Graham's constant plus one. There's a mathematical theorem that makes use of Jimmy's constant in the form J - 1.
Jimmy's back to mine-is-bigger game.
I think jobyts constant is bigger than any of other constants. It's defined as Pi without the dot.
You kill me.
Sorry, I meant "biggest number known to humanino before Hurkyl's post". Thanks.
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