Adding three further zeroes (or six, in Comonwealth English usage) to a trillion gives a quadrillion. Adding three further zeroes (or six, in Comonwealth English usage) to a quadrillion gives a quintillion.
Adding three (or six) zeroes to a quintillion gives a sextillion. In the more widely used American system, a sextillion is 10 followed by 21 zeroes, while in the Commonwealth English usage, it is equal to 10 followed by 36 zeroes.
The next place value after sextillion is 10 sextillion
maybe a sextillion
The next number would be septillion
Quintillion and one. A thousand up from that is sextillion.
The next big number after quintillion is sextillion,(that's 1 followed by 21 zeros!) Depends what you mean, the next consecutive number is a quintillion and 1, just like the number after 100 is 101
1.) 1000000000000000 2.) 1,000,000,000,001
There is no such number. If we could count to any particular number, then we can always count to the next one. And then the next. And so on.
Yes he would. Any count that he would currently have will be cleared at the start of the next inning.
A sextillion, a 1 followed by 21 zeroes (1021), comes next. It is 1,000 times a quintillion.
Quadrillion,Quintillion,Sextillion,Septillion,Octillion,Nonillion,Decillion(arranged in increasing order.)