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10 raised to the power of 100What's Google Mean?

A famous mathematician from America was being asked a question one day from his nephew.

Auncle what is the largest or biggest number in math?

Uncle replied I don't know!

Child repeated his question and said give me figure.

Uncle stated:

GOOGLE * 10^100

As of our understanding, we know that 10^100 simply means add 100 zeros infron of 1.

BUT, when this large figure is multiplied with GOOGLE> IT is something that can not be calculated neither it can be measure.

Today, When professors and teachers teach the term GOOGLE, they consider, it is something even larger than INFINITI...

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Google exactly meansWhat's Google Mean?

The name "Google" is a misspelling of the word googol. Milton Sirotta, nephew of U.S. Mathematician Edward Kasner,Made this word in 1938, for the number 1 and one hundred 0's. It isSaid that the word "googol" was chosen as a name for this numberBecause it sounded like baby talk. Google uses this word because theCompany wants to make lots of stuff on the Web easy to find and use.Andy Bechtolsheim first thought of the name. (1 googol is 10 000 000000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000.)

The name for Google's main office, the "Googleplex," is a play on a different, even bigger number, the "googolplex", which is 1 with 1 googol of 0's.

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its great to see google , which changed the internet by defining internet as "google".Actually the word google means 10^100.,stating that google is merged with large amount of information.As much you dig the google you get the information concerning with your search.

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What does google mean!??? Does anyone know what it means?

The Oxford English Dictionary lists an older verb "google" (without initial capital), meaning to bowl a googly in the game of cricket

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