There are limits to how far I can accurately calculate values. For example, pi to the 35th power is far beyond the capacity of a regular calculator or spreadsheet to calculate beyond 8 or 12 significant digits.
Fortunately, through marvelous resources available on the web (such as http://keisan.casio.com/calculator), I can calculate to precision of 50 digits, well beyond the values I’m currently concerned with (17 digits).
In case you were wondering what that might look like:
3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751^35 = 251330702007364298.6160889470975006569983291245888
As far as computing positions in the hexagon, Python3 is said to be able to calculate to arbitrarily large values, though the practical limit is 2^63 – 1 on a 64-bit platform – or in a number most of us would recognize: 9.22 * 10^18.
All my calculations are well below these values.