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140737488355328

 

 

I spent five minutes trying to think of something interesting to say about this number. I've got nothing. I'm sorry. I tried.

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^Well, it does have 767 and 656 contained within it (and 474 comes close to fitting into that "pattern"...sort of.).

 

 

562949953421312

 

 

The last 8 digits are marginally interesting, I suppose, if you don't think about it too long.

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I know, Dave. I was trying to make a joke. I guess my error was in thinking that it was funny.

 

 

9007199254740992

 

 

 

Lots of nines.

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I know, Dave. I was trying to make a joke. I guess my error was in thinking that it was funny.

 

 

9007199254740992

 

 

 

Lots of nines.

 

9007199254740992 x2 = 18014398509481984

 

Done in my head...

 

At about 2^320 (2.1359 x 10^96 I think) this will be almost too large for your average calculator.

 

There are 1 x 10^80 atoms in the observable universe. This number will be exceeded at post 266.

 

Bonus points: Type this out as the whole number until we reach X * 10^100.

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144115188075855872

 

Lol :P

 

144,115,188,075,855,872 x2 = 288,230,376,151,711,744

 

For a bit of comparison, the entire global yearly GDP is only (USD) $69,490,000,000,000. That's the value of everything produced in a year, in the entire world.

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1,152,921,504,606,846,796.

 

Add the digits, you get 82; Socialist Action. An indication that this thread is far too unsociable.

Multiply the digits and you get zero. An indication of the amount of friends you will have if you make a mistake.

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2305843009213693592 +

2305843009213693592 =

4611686018427387184

 

My guess is, at this point, there will always be a 0 digit, so multiplying digits will always yield 0.

 

Nice 666 in there -- like a UPC symbol.

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1,152,921,504,606,846,976.

 

You failed us again, micronexer.

2305843009213693952

4611686018427387904

9223372036854775808

BitBuster fixed it, though.

 

147,573,952,589,676,412,928

exactly 6 months after last post...

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