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This article lists and discusses the usage and derivation of names of large
**numbers**, together .... The **highest** numerical value banknote ever printed was a
note for 1 sextillion pengő (10^{21} or 1 milliard bilpengő as printed) printed in
Hungary in ...

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Jan 24, 1998 **...** There is no such thing as a **highest** possible **number**. No matter what **number** you
have, there is always a larger one. (For example, you could ...

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**Numbers** go on forever – but on the way to infinity, there are some pretty remote
way posts. To our ancestors, a million was as big as **numbers** needed to get.

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Googolplexian: The worlds largest **number** with a name. A "1" followed by a
googolplex of zeros. Googolplex: The second largest **number** with a name.

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Do you know what the **highest number** is in the English language? Well, I do.

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You might also be interested to know the largest **number** with an english name. ...
Maybe you're more scientifically oriented, and want to know the **highest** ...

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Integers proceed upward in an infinite sequence, so no **number** can be said to be
the "**highest**," as it is always possible to add one and get a higher **number**.

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Place values can go on "infinitely," but you can't reach infinity by doing so. In
other words, no matter how big a **number** gets, you can always multiply it by ten
to ...