One - the trailing zeros are placeholders.
There are twelve twos in the first 100 digits of pi.
A googol is one followed by 100 zeros ( 100 digits). That is less than a billion digits, for sure. But a googolplex is one follwed by a googol number of zeros. That is more than a billion digits, for sure.
A digit is each number (0-9) that makes a number. For instance, 100 has three digits - one is the 1; two are zeros. There are 6 digits in 231,527.
Just 1 The two zeros are placeholders- placeholders are not significant
If leading zeros are allowed (like 004 or 082), then there are 1000. Start with 000 and go to 999. If leading zeros are not used, then the lowest number is 100, so subtract off the first 100 numbers (000 through 099) so it's 900.
The number 0.25 has two digits after the decimal place, so the denominator, in the first instance, must have two zeros after the 1. The reason for saying "in the first instance" is that 25/100 can be simplified to 1/4 and many people will change 0.25 to 1/4 without going through the division by 100.
A googol [the number] is equal to 10 raised to the 100 power, which is 1 followed by 100 zeros. So it has 101 digits. Note the spelling of googol [the number] which is different from Google [the website search engine company].
The googol has 100 zeros should be 10^100.
There are 100 zeros in googol
There are fourteen zeros in 100 million million.
That would be 74/100. Note that since there are two digits after the decimal point, the denominator is 100 (two zeros).
There are 14 zeros in 100 trillion. It looks like this: 100,000,000,000,000.
You can write this as 755/100 (2 zeros, because there are two decimal digits), and then simplify.
There are 6 digits in 100 thousand; 100000.
1 googol = 10100 = ' 1 ' with 100 zeros after it.
a google is a one with 100 zeros after it a googleplex is a one with a google zeros after it.