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I already know the first ones: units thousands millions billions trillions Hi Blaine: The proper names are units; tens; 10 hundreds; 100 thousands; 1 000 millions; 1 000 000 billions; 1 000 000 000 trillions; 1 000 000 000 000 ( to save some typing I am going to write 10^3 to mean 10x10x10=1 000, 10^4 = 10x10x10x10 = 10 000 and so on so a ...

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3,128,687 = Three million one hundred twenty eight thousand six hundred eighty seven. Similarly this number has 3 millions, 128 thousands, 6 hundreds, 8 tens and 7 ones. Learning chart method to find place value of numbers is made easier here.

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The "285" is in terms of ones, tens, and hundreds of ones (or of just "regular numbers", in extremely informal language). The " 937 " is in terms of ones, tens, and hundreds of thousands. And the " 622 " is in terms of ones, tens, and hundreds of millions.

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Ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands number line - half of the problems start from 0 (couple answers given) Ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands number line - half of the problems start from 0

www.math.com/tables/general/numnotation.htm

Number Notation (Math | General | Number Notation) ... ten tens: 1,000 : one thousand: ten hundreds: 10,000: ten thousand: ten thousands: 100,000: one hundred thousand: one hundred thousands: 1,000,000: one million: one thousand thousands: Some people use a comma to mark every 3 digits. It just keeps track of the digits and makes the numbers ...

10^1 = ten 10^2 = hundred 10^3 = thousand 10^4 = ten thousand 10^5 = hundred thousand 10^6 = million 10^9 = billion 10^12 = trillion So to answer your question of what comes after trillion: 10^15 = quadrillion 10^18 = quintillion 10^21 = sexillion 10^24 = septillion 10^27 = octillion 10^30 = nonillion 10^33 = decillion 10^36 = undecillion

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Ones, Tens, Hundreds, & Thousands: 4 per page (From Chart) Ones, Tens, Hundreds, & Thousands (From Chart) Rounding Large Numbers From to the 1000s up to the 100 millions' place.

www.statman.info/conversions/number_scales.html

Scale of numbers, deci, deca, centi, hecto etc.. Numbers In the Metric system unwieldy small and large numbers can be represented using words. ie rather than saying 1000 metres or 1000 grammes you can say 1kilometre (kilo can be abbreviated to k and metre to m giving 1km) or 1kilogram (gram can be abbreviated to g giving 1kg).