Q: The number of zeros in the products 1x2x3x1000?

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There are three zeros in the number 3000

The product may not have any zeros if there are "carries" from a product at a lower level.

An infinite number of zeros is in infinity, so one specific number is not possible.

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

8x5000 = 40000 -> 4 zeros 8 -> 0 zeros 5000 -> 3 zeros This is because 8 x 5 "generates" another zero.

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One number cannot make a product.

it is infinite. the most zeros in a number that we know today would have to be a hundred zeros. that number is called a google.

There are three zeros in the number 3000

any number containing 100 zeros has 100 zeros but i'm assuming you mean a 1 fallowed by 100 consecutive zeros; that is a Googol or 10,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000,­000

This number is Nonillion and it has 30 zeros in it. That's a lot!

The product may not have any zeros if there are "carries" from a product at a lower level.

1+ 300 zeros

6 zeros Example: 1,000,000 This is the number one million and if you count the zeros in it you'll end up with 6 zeros.

If you meant a number followed by 100 zeros, that would be Google if the number was a 1. If you meant 100 zeros followed by a number, that would be just that number.

what is the relation between number of zeros and exponents

A Thousand digit number will have 999 zeros

An apostrophe (') should precede a number with leading zeros to ensure that the zeros will be displayed in a cell.