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Q: How many zeros in a zillion?

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a zillion minus one

A gazillion. log base 10 of a zillion.

1,000,000,000,000,000

1000 trillion

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A gazillion is a fictitious number, as are a Zillion, and Jillion.

15 ------------------ Zillion has not a well-defined and generally accepted mathematical meaning; the sense is a very great number.

a zillion exists. it has fifteen zeros. 1,000,000,000,000,000 edit: No it does not. The number suggested above is actually 1 Quadrillion.

The answer is kazillion. Most of the time it is thought that a zillion is the answer.

A zillion is actually an undetermined number as defined by scientists around the world. They are trying to identify how many there are now, but many people recognize a "zillion" as an extremely large number (so large, it will be rarely used) or just an expression for a very large number.

You cannot know the amount of zero's in a zillion because a zillion is an undetermined number. People only use it to describe large numbers... just like infinity. You can get more information if you type in the question "How many zeros dooes a zillion have?" It's probably the same as your question, but it has more information than I am able to provide. Hope this helps.

there is no such thing a a zillion its made up

A zillion is an undetermined number.

None. A zillion is not a real number.

A "zillion" isn't a number.

Cajillion is not an actual number that can be quantified. It is just a word meaning a very large amount, like gazillion, zillion, bazillion, etc.

None. A zillion is not a real number.

There is no such thing as the number "zillion". It is used only in slang term, as meaning "many". There is no definite number for zillion, because technically there isn't a 'zillion'.

A zillion is a fictitious name for an arbitrarily large number.

The value of a zillion has not been quantified. You can decide how many.

37.5 zeros. Since it is a made up name for a number, it can have as many zeros as you like.

100000000000000000000000000000 there you go. A zillion has an unspecified number of zeros: A zillion does not exist as a real number, but is used by writers (especially of fiction) to represent an extremely large number in a more humorous way than saying just "infinite". It can also be used to exaggerate fairly small large numbers, like million or billions, when the context suggests that the number cannot be taken seriously.

Does a 'zillion' really exist? I thought it was just an expression, like 'umpteen'.

Zillion is a nonsense word that implies many. It is not a number.

One zillion is equal to 1x10^bjillion. Therefore, there are a bjillion and two zeroes in the number one hundred zillion.

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