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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_large_numbers

Usage of names of large numbers. Some names of large numbers, such as million, billion, and trillion, have real referents in human experience, and are encountered in many contexts. At times, the names of large numbers have been forced into common usage as a result of hyperinflation.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_numbers

A very large number raised to a very large power is "approximately" equal to the larger of the following two values: the first value and 10 to the power the second. For example, for very large n we have ≈ (see e.g. the computation of mega) and also ≈.

www.thoughtco.com/bigger-than-a-trillion-1857463

The digit zero plays an important role as you count very large numbers. It helps to track these multiples of 10 because the larger the number is, the more zeros are needed. It helps to track these multiples of 10 because the larger the number is, the more zeros are needed.

www.wordplays.com/crossword-solver/very-large-number

The Crossword Solver found 21 answers to the very large number crossword clue. The Crossword Solver finds answers to American-style crosswords, British-style crosswords, general knowledge crosswords and cryptic crossword puzzles. Enter the answer length or the answer pattern to get better results. Click the answer to find similar crossword clues.

simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_for_large_numbers

Naming very large numbers is relatively easy. There are two main ways of naming a number: scientific notation and naming by grouping. For example, the number 500 000 000 000 000 000 000 can be called 5 x 10 20 in scientific notation since there are 20 zeros behind the 5. If the number is named by grouping, it is five hundred quintillion or 500 trillion ().

www.britannica.com/topic/large-numbers-1765137

Large numbers are numbers above one million that are usually represented either with the use of an exponent such as 109 or by terms such as billion or thousand millions that frequently differ from system to system. The American system of numeration for denominations above one million was modeled on

stackoverflow.com/questions/279038/working-with-incredibly-large-numbers-in-net

Secondly, some of the questions require the addition of massive numbers. I use ulong data type where I think the number is going to get super big, but I still manage to wrap past the largest supported int and get into negative numbers. Do you have any tips for working with incredibly large numbers?

www.thealmightyguru.com/Pointless/BigNumbers.html

Ever wonder what a number with 228 zeros after it is called? No? Well who asked you anyway? Actually, it's called a quinseptuagintillion. Duh! Here is a list of all the big numbers up till the infamous centillion. Just some more incredibly useless trivia for you from TheAlmightyGuru.

mathcats.com/explore/reallybignumbers.html

The Math Cats name large numbers the American way. Many countries in Europe use another system. The MegaPenny Project shows you lots and lots of pennies, up to one quintillion! And there's a chart showing how to name numbers up to 1 followed by 120 zeros. (After your visit, close the MegaPenny Project window to return to Math Cats.)