A googol is one followed by 100 zeros ( 100 digits). That is less than a billion digits, for sure. But a googolplex is one follwed by a googol number of zeros. That is more than a billion digits, for sure.
There are many numbers such as googolplex, googolplexplex, tricentillion. Any number with more than 100 zeros has more zeros than googol.
A billion is a one with nine zeros, and a trillion is a one with 12 zeros. Yes, trillion is bigger.
30,000,300,030 = 8 zeroes ..3,000,000,000 = 9 zeroes (Note: one billion is accepted nowadays as being 1,000,000,000)
More than any other smaller number
no a plynomial can not have more zeros than the highest (degree) number of the function at leas that is what i was taught. double check the math.
No, the more zeros you have to the right, the more smaller the number gets.
A billion is 100 times greater than ten million. This is because of the following: Billion=1000000000=9 zeros Ten million=10000000=7 zeros If you take away 7 from 9 in equals 2 zeros. So, 2 zeros equal to 100.
A billion is a thousand times more than a million. One billion= 1,000,000,000 One million= 1,000,000
If it was a number, it would be 1,000,000,000,000,000,000. But, there is no such number as one billion billion. True, but a lot more people would be able to tell you what a billion billion is than would know what a quintillion is. Communication of the amount is probably more important than whether or not the name for the number exists.
It actually is.... NOT! 56.002 has more numbers than 87.3 but that doesn't matter. You can think of the number 56.002 as 56.2 with two more extra zeros. The number 87 is greater than the number 56.
It is 1,000,000,000 (9 zeros). Incidentally, the UK abandoned the long scale more than 50 years ago!
The prefix bi- means 2. Similarly, the prefix tri- means 3. Originally, the billion was defined as a one followed by 12 zeros - twice as many as the million; while the trillion had three times as many zeros than the million. Somehow, the meaning changed over time, especially in English-speaking countries (to a one with 9 zeros for a billion, and a one with 12 zeros for a trillion).
At least three.
5 ten thousandths in decimal form is 0.0005 Any decimal number that has three zeros after the decimal point and then a lower number than 5 is smaller. If the number has more than three zeros after the decimal point it is smaller.
more than 1.3 billion
There are usually more zeros in dividends because it is more preferible that the larger number is in the dividends section
1 billion is less than 100 billion.
No. A trillion is 1000 times more than a billion.
There are more than 100 billion(over 170 billion) galaxies in the universe.
It is: 1,000,932,328It is: 1,000,932,328
The fourteen billionth power of ten is ' 1 ' with 14 billion zeros after it. It's a number without any physical significance ... more than the distance across the observable universe in nanometers, more than the number of nanoseconds since the big bang, and more than the number of elementary particles in the universe. Even if it were a reasonable number, you've given us no unit with it, so there's no way to express it in years, gallons, pounds, dollars, inches, or anything else.
Quite a bit more. The number of stars is estimated to be between 200 and 400 billion.
0.9 and 0.900 are the same number, when to the right of the decimal, adding zeros after any number will not change anything. Zeros can be regarded as "placeholders."
A matrix which has number of zeros more than the non zero element is called a sparse matrix.