Q: Is there anything bigger than a terameter?

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Yes it is bigger than a meter

"Size"? One gigameter is one thousandth of a terameter.

Answer: Anything bigger than 0.66recurring Answer: Add any positive number to 2/3, and you get a number that is bigger than 2/3.

A second, a minute, an hour, a day, a week, a month, a year....anything is bigger.

150 of almost anything is bigger than 100 of the same. So 150 ml is bigger.

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Yes it is bigger than a meter

Look at the Wikipedia article "Metric prefix". Please note that it is not customary to use units larger than kilometer.

"Size"? One gigameter is one thousandth of a terameter.

1 terameter is 1e+10 hectometers.

A shadow is bigger than you but doesn't weigh anything.

bacteria is bigger than germs or anything

It's 999,999,999,999 meters larger.

A light year is 9.4605284×1015 metres 1 terametre is 1×1012 metres so a light year is about 9461 times bigger than a terameter

There are 1,000,000,000 kilometers in a terameter.

The Big Bang was bigger than anything.

Barrel

anything bigger than it