At the end of To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout suggests that she and Jem have learned quite a bit over the course of the action of the novel, but there is still possibly one more thing for them to learn - algebra.
This is a joke but it also relates to the idea presented in the novel that school is not the only place (and sometimes not the best place) to learn important lessons.
According to Google, which now will provide answers to questions such as this if you type them into the search box and hit enter, 65 748 675 322 450 097 x 3 567 889 875 467 866 765 341 159 = 2.34584033 × 1041
Boo Radley is in some ways as mysterious as this question, and for that reason he adds a kind of Gothic quality to Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird.
I am not sure what your question has to do with Arthur Radley, so I will just relate some general information about him. Although he is ostracized by the town because of his violent past and unusual family, he turns out to want social contact when he befriends the Finch children. In the end, his intervention saves thier lives, but his life does not change.
Are you trying to be as mysterious as Arthur "Boo" Radley? If so, you are doing a mighty fine job.
Otherwise, I believe this question should belong in the "Math" section.