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An Arabian number is a number with exactly 1001 digits, from the name of the story 1001 Arabian Nights. The term was coined by Andre Joyce.[1] The smallest Arabian number is 101000, known as a great googol by Andre Joyce and a googolchime by Sbiis Saibian.

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  1. http://michaelhalm.tripod.com/mathematics_beyond_the_googol.html
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