Q: What is one followed by 30 zeros called?

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There is only one zero in 30 Kelvin.

30 * * * * * No. In the short scale it is 27. A nonillion has 30 zeros.

10*3 = 30 : One zero in the multiplicand, one in the product. Or 25*4 = 100 : No zeros in the multiplicand, two in the product.

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It is 1 followed by 30 zeros, or one nonillion.

A nonillion.

A nonillion.

30,000,000,000 or 3x10^10 It is 30 Billion

1 sextillion 1 septillion 1 octillion

One nonillion is a very large number. It is equal to 10^30 or a one followed by 30 zeros. 100 billion is also a big number, but much smaller than one nonillion. It is equal to 10^11 or a one followed by 11 zeros. To divide one nonillion by 100 billion, we need to subtract the exponents of 10. That is, 10^11/10^30=10^30−11=10^19 So, one nonillion divided by 100 billion is equal to 10^19 or a one followed by 19 zeros. That is a very large number too, but much smaller than one nonillion. To give you some perspective, one nonillion is about 100 times the estimated number of atoms in the observable universe, while 10^19 is about the number of grains of sand on Earth.

It has 21 zeros, because 'Giga' means 'a Billion'. Thus, one GigaTrillion is 1 Billion-Trillion. A billion has 9 zeros, and a trillion has 12 zeros. However, if you are referring to the United Kingdom, a billion has 12 zeros and a trillion has 18 zeros, so it would be 30 zeros.

I do not know, but I know that 30 zeros is nonellion.

There is only one zero in 30 Kelvin.

In the United States and modern-day English uses, a nonillion is 1 followed by 30 zeroes. In archaic United Kingdom and continental European usage, a nonillion is 1 followed by 54 zeroes.

30. one million trillion trillion

30 * * * * * No. In the short scale it is 27. A nonillion has 30 zeros.