Q: How many zeros are in the number 12.7 million?

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127

If I understand the question correctly, the answer is 24, not 127.

It is 0.[127 zeros followed by]98

If we use numbers that can be written with only ones and zeros, then we're working with binary numbers. The largest binary number that can be written with seven bits is "127". When you remember to include 'zero', that makes a total of 128 different numbers. The sum of the (smallest + largest) is (0 + 127) = 127 The sum of the (second smallest + second largest) = (1 + 126) = 127 The sum of the (third smallest + third largest) = (2 + 125) = 127 Each sum built in this way is 127, and there are (half of 128) = 64 of them. So the sum of all 128 numbers is (64 times 127) = 8,128

1 times 127 = 127 which is a prime number

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six zeros are in 127 million. 127,000,000

Six zeros: 127,000,000

127

If I understand the question correctly, the answer is 24, not 127.

127 MILLION

in 2's Complement there is only one zero: All zeros In 1's Complement there are two zeros: All zeros, and All ones ("negative" zero). So you have one less signed number you can represent with the same amount of bits. For example, with 8 bits, with 2's Complement you can represent -128 to +127 while with 1's complement you can only represent -127 to +127.

The prefix "kilo" means "1,000"; "mega" means one million. A million is one thousand times one thousand, so 127 megabytes means 127 million bytes -- to find how many kilobytes that represents, divide 127,000,000 (127 million) by 1,000 -- 127,000 kilobytes

It is 0.[127 zeros followed by]98

The rough estimated popoulation of japan is 127 million people

2.4 times. (304 million divided by 127 million)

No. 127 is not a composite number because it is only divisible by 1 and 127

127 is prime.