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You don’t need a calculator to solve it.
There’s a number so large that expressing it any form, even using all the symbols in first order set theory mathematics the universe is too small to write it, but it isn’t infinity. They call it “Rayo’s Number.”
If you take 1 divided by Rayo’s Number you have a Number so...
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You don’t need a calculator to solve it.

There’s a number so large that expressing it any form, even using all the symbols in first order set theory mathematics the universe is too small to write it, but it isn’t infinity. They call it “Rayo’s Number.”

If you take 1 divided by Rayo’s Number you have a Number so close to 0 you can multiply it by anything you can ever write down and it will still be too close to 0 to express as anything else

But

If you take [1 divided by Rayo’s Number] and we add just 1 to it. Let’s take this Number barely above 1 and raise it to the exponential power of ...well... “Rayo’s Number itself”.

Let’s take the answer to this question and round it off to the nearest thousandth.

I KNOW the EXACT answer to this question. Who here can tell me what it is?

There’s a number so large that expressing it any form, even using all the symbols in first order set theory mathematics the universe is too small to write it, but it isn’t infinity. They call it “Rayo’s Number.”

If you take 1 divided by Rayo’s Number you have a Number so close to 0 you can multiply it by anything you can ever write down and it will still be too close to 0 to express as anything else

But

If you take [1 divided by Rayo’s Number] and we add just 1 to it. Let’s take this Number barely above 1 and raise it to the exponential power of ...well... “Rayo’s Number itself”.

Let’s take the answer to this question and round it off to the nearest thousandth.

I KNOW the EXACT answer to this question. Who here can tell me what it is?

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