DWP G6 Passage 7: How Big Is a Googol

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DWP G6 Passage 7: How Big Is a Googol?

A. a power B. a number multiplied by 10 C. a number multiplied by itself D. a math expression specifying how many times a number is multiplied by itself

A. A googol is smaller than the number of animals in the world. B. A googol is smaller than the number of plants in the world. C. A googol is smaller than the number of people in the world. D. A googol is larger than the number of grains of sand on all of the beaches of the world.

A. A googol is larger than a googolplex. B. It would take you a year to count to a googolplex. C. A googolplex is a googol to the googol power. D. A googolplex has a value of about one million

A. a computer B. Edward Kasner C. Kasner's nephew, Milton D. Dr. Googol

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