Um I'm sure our numbers are bigger.

# Math on Paper Compared to iPad (Addition, subtraction, algebra, etc.)

**BuildASnowman**#1468

Based on the work of Achim Flammenkamp and Ramanujan I developed a way to generate them very quickly, used modular congruence classes to reduce the numbers to manageable terms for Mathematica and then reconstructed them into scientific notation. Basically, I have no limit to how far I can go.

5.441494234917143355362204574340699581402144052495014 × 10^1627

See this paper for more on how I did it:

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1211.6944v4.pdf

**Giraffedolphin26**#1472

*doesn't understand a thing in this topic* *still watches it*

I don't understand myself

but personally I think 12.7 is a gr8 number

k bai smart people

**PerfectPanda24**#1476

I don't understand anything in this topic... ;-;

I'm just reading these posts like:

1+1=11

9+10=21

Am I right?

k lol bai