What is the next number after a trillion? Its Quadrillion
1024 Terabytes equals one Petabyte.
Terabyte which is 1024 Gigabytes. Also known as TB
The next set of numbers after trillion are quadrillion and quintillion
Exabyte = 1000 Petabytes (or, more likely, 1024 pb).
Hundred trillion and one comes next.
You'd be wise to use millimeters. There are 2.54 cm in an inch, so the answer would be less than a cm. The next smaller unit is the millimeter, which is the best unit to use to measure the thickness (diameter) of a crayon.
One parsec is just over 30 trillion kilometers.
Ampere is the unit used to measure the current.
5 trillion meters.......unless you want some other unit such as centimeters converted into meters....
what unit of measure is thickness og a ballpen
Well you can use the customary or metric system, along with the au, or Astronomical Unit. This is the distance between the Earth and the Sun, and use to measure distances in our solar system. Beyond that however is light-years, or every 5 trillion 900 billion miles
The astronomical unit parsec is roughly 30,086 trillion kilometers, or 19,17 trillion miles. One parsec is roughly the distance between our solar system and nearby solar systems.
One trillion = 1000000000000. The next 10 numbers are: One trillion and one, One trillion and two, One trillion and three, One trillion and four, One trillion and five, One trillion and six, One trillion and seven, One trillion and eight, One trillion and nine and One trillion and ten. (1000000000001, 1000000000002, 1000000000003, 1000000000004, 1000000000005, 1000000000006, 1000000000007, 1000000000008, 1000000000009, 1000000000010
light year (distance that light travels in a vacuum in one Earth year, about 5.9 trillion miles); astronomical unit (distance from Sun to Earth, about 92,955,807.3 mi); parsec (3.26 light years)
A unit can be a measure of length. It is one-dimensional. A squared unit can be a measure of area. It is two-dimensional. A cubic unit can be a measure of volume. It is three-dimensional.
The unit of measure of electrical pressure is the VOLTS.
The SI unit of measure for volume is the 'Litre'.