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There is a math problem that should give you some perspective on this.
Assume you had a piece of paper 0.1 millimeters thick that was large
enough for the task at hand... assume you folded that piece of paper
in half, then you folded what you now had in half again, then you folded
what you now had in half again, and so on until you had produced 50
such folds... how thick would you guess the wad of folded paper would be?
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The answer is approximately 3/4 the distance from earth to the sun!!!
If I had asked you to fold the paper in half 79 times, the wad of paper would be thicker than the estimated diameter of the observable universe!!!
Now think about it... the above problem involves raising 2 to either the 50th or 79th power... EXP(X) involves raising 2.71828.. (a number larger than 2, hence its powers grow faster) to the 15 millionth power! There has to be something wrong with the calculation you are attempting to do as the calculated value for just one of the terms you want to add together would be beyond any known physical entity's size... the resulting number would, I dare say, be [B]far[/B] beyond the calculating ability of any computer now in existence.
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