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Calligraphy exam: Write down the number 37, spelled out, nicely.

explananation: https://explainxkcd.com/wiki/index.php/2966:_Exam_Numbers

alt text:

Calligraphy exam: Write down the number 37, spelled out, nicely.

explananation: https://explainxkcd.com/wiki/index.php/2966:_Exam_Numbers

For the final answer, I guess Big Omega, unless you don’t count infinities in which case my answer is getting up and arguing with the professor because "the number of times I can recursively write

`TREE(TREE(TREE...`

is just as arbitrary as declaring a biggest theoretical number and assigning it a new symbol.Of course it includes infinities, and when was the last time you saw a postgrad exam whose answers didn’t include an argument with the professor?

“How well you can irl debate me bro on the exam room floor will account for 50% of your final grade.”

That’s actually the correct answer. If you don’t get angry and start an argument, you fail.

“The largest non-impossible ordinal that is less than the number of infinities there are.”

In fact the answer was a series of definitions of new biggest numbers, and you only defined one, instead of defining it, using it for its value of trees, then using that new term for more trees.

The biggest number that can be defined in fewer than twenty words.

The set of real numbers between 0 & 1 is larger than any countable infinity.

Yass baby compare infinites to me harder