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Graham's number

Graham's number is a very large number, which is often described as the largest number that has ever been seriously used in a mathematical proof. It is an upper bound to the solution of a problem in the branch of mathematics known as Ramsey theory.

Graham's number is even bigger than Moser's number[?], which is another very large number.



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