Yes, I didn’t have a typo. Googol is a real thing. A real number, actually.
It’s a 1 followed by 100 zeros which reflect the infinite amount of search on the internet. The term was invented by Milton Sirotta, the 9-year nephew of mathematician Edward Kasner, who had asked his nephew what he thought such a large number should be called.
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