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|Googol||Ten raised to the power of one hundred equals one Googol.|
|Googolplex||Ten raised to the power of a googol is a Googolplex; it is a huge number.|
|Greatest Common Factor||The GCF of two integers (usually) is the largest integer that divides evenly into both integers. We sometimes use GCF for non-integral values.|
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