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Gar- is a prefix used on a number to indicate its square: gar-x = x2. It was invented by Kieran Cockburn.[1]

It is equivalent to x*x.

Examples Edit

  • gar(1) = 1 = 1*1
  • gar(2) = 4 = 2*2
  • gar(3) = 9 = 3*3
  • gar(4) = 16 = 4*4
  • gar(5) = 25 = 5*5
  • gar(6) = 36 = 6*6
  • gar(7) = 49 = 7*7
  • gar(8) = 64 = 8*8
  • gar(9) = 81 = 9*9
  • gar(10) = 100 = 10*10
  • gar(100) = 10,000 = 100*100
  • gar(1000) = 1,000,000 = 1,000*1,000
  • gar(googol) = 10200
  • gar(googolplex) = 102×10100

Sources Edit

  1. A Fuga Really Big Numbers
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