What is a Googol?

What is a GOOGOL?
GOOGOL is a very large number. Its a 1 with 100 zero’s.
The number of atoms in the universe is estimated to be 10 to the 84th power and 10 to the 89th power. A GOOGOL is therefore more than a billion times more than there are atoms in the universe.

Google search engine has revolutionized the way we access information in the digital age. Born from the genius minds of Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google has become the most widely used search engine on the internet. It has shaped how we find and interact with information, and has provided us with a powerful tool to quickly access what we need. But what is a googol? Well, it is a mathematical term used to describe a very large number, in this case, one followed by one hundred zeros. This number, created by American mathematician Edward Kasner in 1938, has become a part of pop culture and has been adopted by Google as their official name. It symbolizes the vast amount of information that Google is able to access and provide to its users. Google has come a long way since it began in 1998. It has become a part of our everyday lives and the googol is a fitting representation of the power and potential of the Google search engine. Indeed, with the power of a googol, our access to information is nearly limitless.