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Quattuordecillion

1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

The number quattuordecillion is written 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, or 1 followed by 45 zeroes.

one hundred quattuordecillion

tredecillion quattuordecillion quindecillion sexdecilion septdecillion octodecillion novemdecillion vigintillion

decillion, undecillion, duodecillion, tredecillion, quattuordecillion, quindecillion, sexdecillion, septendecillion, octodecillion, novemdecillion, vigintillion, centillion = 10303

milli-millillion It is actually quattuordecillion.

Quindecillion comes after quattuordecillion. Here are some other fun facts: Quindecillion=1048 Sexdecillion( or sedecillion)=1051 Septendecillion=1054 Octodecillion=1057 Novemdecillion( or novendecillion)=1060 Vigintillion=1063 And finally( I don't know what comes before it) centillion=10303 Have fun with your new knowledge ^.^

The answer to that equation, assuming with the operator "x" you mean "multiply", is 115,350,291,774,618,332,170,405,401,538,256,863,571,859,210,240, which is about "one hundred fifteen quattuordecillion"

This number is written as: two quindecillion eight hundred quattuordecillion

One quattuordecillion is 1 followed by 45 noughts and the ancient Romans had no real reasons for such large numbers whereas in fact the original Roman numeral system once had only 5 symbols in it which were I V X L and C. For 500 it once was I) and (I) for 1000 later changed to D and M respectively.

I believe you have 10 Quattuordecillion (American Short Scale). It is 10 with 45 0's, easier written as 10^45 (Ten to the power of 45). An example of usage may be: "There are actually more than 10 quattuordecillion possible moves in a game of chess."

it goes quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion, septillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion, undecillion, duodecillion, tredecillion, quattuordecillion, and quindecillion and there is more........

Strictly limiting ourselves to powers of 1000, the five next numbers higher than a decillion are an undecillion, a duodecillion, a tredecillion, a quattuordecillion, and a quinquadecillion.

After septillion comes octillion After octillion comes (chronological order) : EDIT What has this to do with chronology?? Increasing order of magnitude, I can understand. nonillion decillion undecillion duodecillion tredecillion quattuordecillion quindecillion sexdecillion septendecillion octodecillion novemdecillion vigintillion

Yes it is a number. It is on the order of 1.2 x 1055, which would start out as follows: 12 septendecillion 345 sexdecillion 678 quindecillion 909 quattuordecillion... See the related link for naming large numbers.

The first such number is thousand.But there are larger numbers such as quadrillionand quattuordecillion.

148,148,148,148,147,999,999,999,998,518,518,518,518,520,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (148 duovigintillion, 148 unvigintillion, 148 vigintillion, 148 novemdecillion, 147 octodecillion, 999 septendecillion, 999 sexdecillion, 999 quindecillion, 998 quattuordecillion, 518 tredecillion, 518 duodecillion, 518 undecillion, 518 decillion, 520 nonillion)

According to this text book, a mole is a unit of mesurement cosisting of 6.02214179(30)×1023 Elemetary entities. So a mole of hydrogen gas would be comprised of 602,214,790,000,000,000,000,000,00,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 or six-hundred in two sexdecillion, two-hundred in fourteen quindecillion, seven-hundred in ninety quattuordecillion hydrogen atoms.

Real(I researched it): 2 Vigintillion, 8 Sexdecillion, 989 Quindecillion, 898 Quattuordecillion, 989 Tredecillion, 898 Duodecillion, 989 Undecillion, 800 Decillion, 454 Quintillions, 545 Quadrillions, 454 Trillions, 541 Billions, 234 Millions, 567 Thousand 890

8,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,991 (8 quattuordecillion, 999 tredecillion, 999 duodecillion, 999 undecillion, 999 decillion, 999 nonillion, 999 octillion, 999 septillion, 999 sextillion, 999 quintillion, 999 quadrillion, 999 trillion, 999 billion, 999 million, 999 thousand and 991)

Well there are numbers that have more zeroes than 50. Her they are, hundreds thousands million trillion quadrillion quintillion sextillion septillion octillion nonillion decillion undecillion duodecillion tredecillion quattuordecillion quindecillion sexdecillion septendecillion octodecillion novemdecillion vigintillion centillion and googleplex. To find out how many zeroes they have, go to wwwzperiodzjimloyzperiodzcom/math/billionzperiodzhtm

nine-hundred and ninty-nine quattuordecillion, nine-hundred and ninty-nine tredecillion, nine-hundred and ninty-nine duodecillion, nine-hundred and ninty-nine undecillion, nine-hundred and ninty-nine decillion thats back fired didnt it yes i know my numbers =P

1 with 47 zeros. Ten to the forty seventh power.Depending on what country you are in:one hundred quattuordecillion in the United States and some other English speaking countries.one hundred septilliard in many European countries.See related link.

It depends what you mean when you say "plus". If you mean simple addition,the answer is 1,000,000,001,000,000,000,000,000,000(spoken: "1 octillion, 1 pentillion").If you mean what happens when you combine the number of place-values in one-octillion, with the place-values in one-quintillion (i.e., pentillion)? ...which technically is multiplication, not "plus"-ing... then you get:Scientific Notation, American English, British English1045 quattuordecillion septilliard