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Old Mar 24th 2014, 05:27 PM   #1
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Experience number 10^20

The existence number is 10^20. We cannot count the number more bigger than this by my 10 fingers. We can guess it, but it is out of my experience. As a result, there are a lot ways to count the existence number. For the example, 100 is the perfect number. 4 fingers have 12 joints and the thumb has 2 joints, and each hands times together that (12-2)*(12-2)=100. It is the experience number.
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Old Mar 29th 2014, 04:42 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by philipishin View Post
The existence number is 10^20. We cannot count the number more bigger than this by my 10 fingers. We can guess it, but it is out of my experience. As a result, there are a lot ways to count the existence number. For the example, 100 is the perfect number. 4 fingers have 12 joints and the thumb has 2 joints, and each hands times together that (12-2)*(12-2)=100. It is the experience number.
This is a forum for people who want help with physics. I don't see this as a post asking for help nor do your previous posts ask for help. What exactly are you seeking to do? This kind of post is a waste of everybody's time. Most of us are highly skilled in advanced mathematics so what exactly do you think that you have to teach us with this kind of thread?
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