Study guides

☆☆

Q: What is one centillion divide by 0?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

Millentinion, one thousand centillion

ducentillion (10^603)

Division, of any number, by 0 is not defined.

A one followed by 606 zeros.

4.3% of the universe (~45 Billion Light year diameter) is Planets, Gases and Such. Dark Matter (WMP, or Weakly Interacting Mass Particle) is invisible. If my math is correct, (and i did it on a hitachi supercomputer) the universe should weigh around... 790 centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion centillion Tonnes, to the 947,304,691,120,161,109,425e+4964546546516548897984351th Power! I Guess About 74 followed by trllions of trillions of trillions of digits, pounds thats heavy

One thousand. Which is a lot, lot smaller than a centillion.

A billion is one with nine zeros after it. A quadrillion is one with fifteen zeros after it, a googol is one with one hundred zeros after it, and a centillion is one with three hundred and three zeros after it. So it is a centillion.

A centillion is ten to the power 303 (short scale) or 10 to the power 600 (long scale), so if you square that you get ten to the power 606 (short scale) or 10 to the power 1200 (long scale).Note: English-speaking countries normally use the short scale.

It is one nonillion.

centillion

303

One centillion.

People also asked