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Q: Is there some numbers bigger than 1 trillion?

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Because infinity is not a number, this question is incorrect. You may think of infinity as something that has no bounds and gets larger and larger.

yes, one 1kg is 1000 grams and 10,000mg is 10 grams

277612920, but only if any number (including 9) can appear more than once.

0 is your answer (not a number close to zero). Or mathematicially more precise: approaches zero. Remember that infinity is not a number but is is treated as if it is something larger than any number. If we divide 1 by bigger and bigger numbers, then the quotient get closer and closer to 0, therefore 1 divided by infinity is zero. We can even say that 1 divided by negative infinity equals zero because if we divide 1 by a negative million, or negative billion, etc. the quotient goes to 0.

the three numbers that are less than 1000 and are perfect squares and perfect cubes are:1, 64, 7291 = 1 x 1 = 1 x 1 x 164 = 8 x 8 = 4 x 4 x 4729 = 27 x 27 = 9 x 9 x 9

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the bigger than trillion is quadrillion because of the tri equivalent to three and quad equivalent to four

no it is not.

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