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It's from what I remember 1 to the sixth power. Or simply put 1 with six zeroes behind it, the zeroes being the "power" 1 is raised to.

Q: What is 1 x 10 to the sixth?

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Your 106 is 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 = 1,000,000 If you have 10 to a given power, then it's 10 times itself that many times. The rule of thumb is that 10 to any power is a 1 followed by that many zeros. What that means is that if you have 103 you'll have a 1 followed by 3 zeros, or 1,000. In the case of 108 you'll have a 1 followed by 8 zeros, or 100,000,000.

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