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Inspired by the succes of this puzzle, here is another riddle:

Smaller than the Great Graham!

Smaller than the monster, but also much greater than the monster,

am I equal to two-in-a-circle.

What am I?

Note: If you include the full answer, you will hit the character limit for answers (30000 characters). Please use an abbreviation. Yes, this is a clue.

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You are

Mega

Smaller than the Great Graham!

Smaller than Graham's Number

Smaller than the monster, but also much greater than the monster,

EDIT: 'mega' is the prefix for 10002, 'tera', from the Greek for "monster" (thanks, @wythagoras!), is the prefix for 10004. So a Mega is much greater than tera- anything, lowercase-m mega is smaller than its tera counterpart.

am I equal to two-in-a-circle.

See link for first spoilertag

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  • $\begingroup$ You are right, but not about the second clue. Hint: Think of Mega as a smaller number, and translate monster into Greek. $\endgroup$ – wythagoras Jan 6 '16 at 18:29
  • $\begingroup$ @wythagoras I edited my answer, thank you for the push $\endgroup$ – question_asker Jan 6 '16 at 18:34
  • $\begingroup$ @question_asker, Yes, that is correct. $\endgroup$ – wythagoras Jan 6 '16 at 18:34

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