The multillion is equal to \(10^{3\cdot 10^{3\cdot 10^{3\cdot\text{tredecillion}}} + 3}\) [1], or \(10^{3 \cdot 10^{3 \cdot 10^{3 \cdot 10^{42}}} + 3}\). The term was coined by Jonathan Bowers. Currently, it is the largest named -illion number that he has coined.

Etymology Edit

The name of this number is based on the word "multiverse" and the suffix "-illion".

Expressions in other notations Edit

Notation Expression
Up-arrow notation \(10 \uparrow (3 \times (10 \uparrow (3 \times (10 \uparrow (3\text{ tredecillion}))))+3)\)
Chained arrow notation \(10 \rightarrow (3 \times (10 \rightarrow (3 \times (10 \uparrow (3\text{ tredecillion}))))+3)\)
BEAF \(\{10,\{3\times \{10,3 \times \{10,3\text{ tredecillion}\}\}+3\}\}\)
Munafo's ASCII-lexicographic ordering p3_e042_3

Sources Edit

  1. Illion Numbers by Jonathan Bowers

See also Edit

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