Q: Is one jillion a real number?

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No, it is not.

There is no such number.

It is a real number.

No. The square root of negative one is an example of an imaginary (not real) number. Pi is irrational, but real.

It is a term.

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No, it is not.

A jillion is not a real number. Informally, it just means a lot.

A zillion is not a real number. Likewise for numbers such as jillion and gazillion.

Yes, it is an extremely large number of people or things.

No.

One jillion bubbles!

There are two meanings for the phrase "real number". 1,000,000 is a real number no matter which of them you use. (Numbers that are not "real numbers" are "imaginary" or "complex" numbers if you're using the phrase in one sense, and "made-up" numbers like "a jillion" in the other sense.)

There is no such number.

"Jillion" is an informal, slang word that's used to mean "really big number". It has no formal mathematical definition, and it's not a number that can be written, or used for ordinary arithmetic operations.

I'm pretty sure that bajillion or even jillion is not a real number. See related link.There is a proposed gillion to represent 1,000,000,000 (billion in the United States). Is that pronounced with a G like Golf or like a J?Try this one: quattuorvigintillion, which is a one with 75 zeros.

A gazillion is a fictitious number, as are a Zillion, and Jillion.

No.