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There are a total of 180 numbers that end in zero between 1 and 9,999. There are ninety when counting by 10 to 100 and 90 100s between 100 and 9,000.

Q: How many zeros are there from 1 to 9999?

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9999 = 9999 It does NOT equal '1' 1 = 1 9999 ~ 10,000 (ten thousand)

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15 zeros

A googolplexian is 1 followed by a googolplex of zeros, a googolplex is 1 followed by a googol of zeros and a googol is 1 followed by 100 zeros.

41duodecillion is a 1 followed by 39 zeros

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In base ten, there are 9000 four digit number, the numbers are from 1000 to 9999. If you allow leading zeros, then there are 10000 numbers. [0000 - 9999]

9999 = 9999 It does NOT equal '1' 1 = 1 9999 ~ 10,000 (ten thousand)

If by "between" you mean "between but not including", then the answer is 9999 - 999 - 1 = 8999.If on the other hand, you mean to include both 9999 and 999, then the answer is 9999 - 999 + 1 = 9001.

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15 zeros

If leading zeros are allowed, then there are ten thousand possible: 0000 through 9999. If leading zeros are not allowed, then it is 1000 through 9999, eliminating 0000-0999, and now there are nine thousand possibilities.

A googolplexian is 1 followed by a googolplex of zeros, a googolplex is 1 followed by a googol of zeros and a googol is 1 followed by 100 zeros.

1 googol = 10100 = ' 1 ' with 100 zeros after it.

41duodecillion is a 1 followed by 39 zeros

Since you can add zeros to the right end of a decimal expression, .888 is the same as .8880 Now, which is smaller, .8880 or .9999? .888 is right. ■

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6 zeros 1,000,000