How many roots has Google? I mean integer roots. Some numbers have roots, some not. I think Google has many roots probably. he’s a big number. Probably as many roots as the number One Hundred has divisors. Don’t you think?

Actually One Hundred is Ten times Ten which means primes Two and Five twice. He should have Nine divisors since Three time Three is Nine.

(Three options: each prime should appear either Zero or One or Two times).

Let me check….

One is a divisor –> Ten is a root. [Ten^{One Hundred} is Google]

Two is a divisor –> One Hundred is a root. [One Hundred^{Fifty} is Google]

Four is a divisor –> Ten Thousand is a root. [Ten Thousand^{Twenty Five} is Google]

Five is a divisor –> One Hundred Thousand is a root. [One Hundred Thousand^{Twenty} is Google]

Ten is a divisor –> Ten Billion is a root. [Ten Billion^{Ten} is Google]

Twenty is a divisor –> One Hundred Million Trillion is a root. [One Hundred Million Trillion^{Five} is Google]

Twenty Five is a divisor –> Ten Trillion Trillion is a root. [Ten Trillion Trillion^{Four} is Google]

Fifty is a divisor –> One Hundred Trillion Trillion Trillion Trillion is a root. [One Hundred Trillion Trillion Trillion Trillion^{Two} is Google]

Oh wait… is One Hundred a divisor of itself? Well if so, Google’s probably a root of itself too. But if not including Google itself, Google has Eight different roots if I’m correct. But how many roots does Googleplex have?