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# Arbitrary Precision

A computer will typically represent a number using a fixed, finite amount of memory. This can be problematic when precision is important because information is lost when a number possesses more information than the space allocated for its representation can possibly store. Fortunately, Wolfram|Alpha has the power to do computations in arbitrary precision, eliminating the cumulative error that arises when fixed point, floating point or conventional integer representations are used.

### Large Integer Arithmetic

Utilize integer representations that are free of range boundaries.

#### Do exact arithmetic with large numbers:

### High-Precision Decimals

Utilize decimal representations that have arbitrary range and precision.