Q: What is the name of the highest number in a number line?

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You subtract the highest number with x's from the lowest number with x's. the difference is your range.

the range is highest subtracting the lowest number hope this helps:)

There's no limit. You can bring in the smartest, cleverest, most educated and experienced mathematician, and get him to name the highest number he knows of, and I can always name a number that's higher than his number. There's no such thing as the "highest" number.

The name of a vertical line is simply named by the number on the x axis it is on.

There is no "last" number that we can quantify. Normally we consider infinity to be the highest number on the number line, but it is not finite and tangible like most other numbers.

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The number line goes on forever.

Barack Hussein Obama And he is very successful! probably 10 as the highest

A googleplexian being the highest number in existance, that would be the highest roman number. But I believe you mean highest roman numeral, which would be an M with a line over it, meaning 1,000,000.

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You subtract the highest number with x's from the lowest number with x's. the difference is your range.

the range is highest subtracting the lowest number hope this helps:)

I think it is element Uuu, which has the name unununium.

The y axis on the Cartesian plane is a vertical number line

There's no limit. You can bring in the smartest, cleverest, most educated and experienced mathematician, and get him to name the highest number he knows of, and I can always name a number that's higher than his number. There's no such thing as the "highest" number.

The name of a vertical line is simply named by the number on the x axis it is on.

There is no such thing as the "highest". Any number you can name, no matter how high it is, I can always name one that's higher. I don't even have to spend time thinking about it ... just add ' 1 ' to your number. So there's no limit.

There is no "last" number that we can quantify. Normally we consider infinity to be the highest number on the number line, but it is not finite and tangible like most other numbers.