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What is the largest number you can write with just 3 digits ?

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What is the largest number you can write with just 3 digits ?

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9^9^9, if we didn't use '!' factorial sign

ReplyDelete999??

ReplyDelete9^9^9

ReplyDelete(((9!)9!)9!)

ReplyDelete999

ReplyDelete9^9^9

ReplyDelete(9!)^(99!)

ReplyDelete9!^9!^9!

ReplyDeletedont need three numbers;

ReplyDelete((((((9!)!)!)!)!)....

orr... can we use roman numerals?;

(M!)^(M!) ... something.

lac

ReplyDelete1/(1-1) if you want

ReplyDelete999 centillion i used only 3 digits rest are letters of the alphabet

ReplyDeletehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_large_numbers

Lolzz

Delete(((9!)9)!)9!

ReplyDelete999

ReplyDelete0/0.0

ReplyDelete99 to the 9th power

ReplyDelete9*9*9

ReplyDeleteYou cant use symbols so 9 to the 9th power, then that to the 9th power is the best answer here. Factorial is out if you are going by what the question asks for.

ReplyDeleteIf you're allowed to use factorials, then Knuth's Up-arrow Notation is up for grabs:

ReplyDeletehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knuth's_up-arrow_notation

Use 9 (uparrow with small "9" in corner)9

to represent a number enormously larger than 999!

3.14

ReplyDelete9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!^9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ReplyDelete