Biggest number using four 3s Puzzle

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What should be the biggest number being formed using Four 3s according to you?

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SherlockHolmes Expert Asked on 8th February 2016 in Math Puzzles.
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    (((3!)^3!)^3!)^3!

    Gagan Scholar Answered on 9th February 2016.
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    There is no limit. How? you ask….let me explain.
    Consider this…     10

    this number can represent
    ten(in base 10) or   two(in base two)  or   five(in base five)…..

    so if i write 3333
    in base  4   then the number is 3[1+4+16+64]
    if in base 1000!  then the number is   3[1+1000!+ 1000! squared+ 1000! cubed]
    Now it is clear that there is no limit.

    GeNiUs Genius Answered on 11th February 2016.
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    (((3!)^3!)^3!)^3!

    Gagan Scholar Answered on 9th February 2016.
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    3!^3!^33!

    AKsingh Starter Answered on 9th February 2016.
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    (33!)^(33!)

    puzzlesmruti Curious Answered on 10th February 2016.
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    The largest number we can make is infinite

    (………..(((((((3333)!)!)!)!)!)!)……….!)
    put as many factorials as you want

    sh3ldon Starter Answered on 25th August 2016.
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