Q: How many Zeros are in the first 39 digits of pi?

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Three zeros... 39000

-0.312 = -312/1000 (since there are 3 digits after the decimal point, you divide by 1 followed by 3 zeros). Then simplify to -39/125

I think it is 39. Everyone keeps saying 39, but you would think a duodecillion would have twelve sets of three zeros after it. (a billion has three sets of three zeros, quadrillion has five sets of three). I think it is 13 * 3 = 39, but now I am going to go look it up.

none ========================== Another contributor qualified the first answer: The first answer is correct, except for 39, 48, 57, 66, 75, 84, and 93.

Billion has 9 zeros Trillion has 12 zeros Quadrillion has 15 zeros Quintillion has 18 zeros Sextillion has 21 zeros Septillion has 24 zeros Octillion has 27 zeros Nonillion has 30 zeros Decillion has 33 zeros Undecillion has 36 zeros Duodecillion has 39 zeros Tredecillion has 42 zeros Quattuordecillion has 45 zeros Quindecillion has 48 zeros Sexdecillion has 51 zeros Septendecillion has 54 zeros Octodecillion has 57 zeros Novemdecillion has 60 zeros Vigintillion has 63 zeros Googol has 100 zeros. Centillion has 303 zeros (except in Britain, where it has 600 zeros) Googolplex has a googol of zeros

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Three zeros... 39000

41duodecillion is a 1 followed by 39 zeros

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-0.312 = -312/1000 (since there are 3 digits after the decimal point, you divide by 1 followed by 3 zeros). Then simplify to -39/125

One Astronomical Unit equals 149,598,000 kilometers.So 39 AU's equals, let's see- drop the three zeros, run it on the little calculator, add back the three zeros, and you get: 5,834,322,000 kilometers.(This only works with zeros!)

The number duodecillion is written 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, or 1 followed by 39 zeroes.

I think it is 39. Everyone keeps saying 39, but you would think a duodecillion would have twelve sets of three zeros after it. (a billion has three sets of three zeros, quadrillion has five sets of three). I think it is 13 * 3 = 39, but now I am going to go look it up.

Officially, it is between Undecillion at 36 zeros and Duodecillion at 39 zeros. So, a number with 38 zeros like IPv6 addresses at 3.40 x 1038 is 340 Undecillion

none ========================== Another contributor qualified the first answer: The first answer is correct, except for 39, 48, 57, 66, 75, 84, and 93.

39

There are an infinite number of them. But if you only count the whole numbers, then there are only 69 of them.

The answer is 39. 3+9=12, 3x9=27. 12+27=39.