The smallest number that is a larger magnitude than a trillion (1012) is a quadrillion, which is equal to 1015. A quadrillion is also known as a billiard by its formal European name. More »

Given the logical underpinning of mathematics, an infinite range of numbers exist that are greater than 1 trillion. On a finite scale, however, the lowest number that is greater than 1 trillion is 1,000,000,000,001. The ... More »

People have been studying the universe for as long as humans have been looking up at the stars. While much is known about outer space, the exact number of planets is still an estimate. More »

The unit that comes after trillion is a quadrillion, which is equivalent to 1,000 trillions. Numbers greater than 1,000 change units every three decimal places, equivalent to multiplying the base unit by 1,000. For examp... More »

The magnitude, or modulus, of a complex number in the form z = a + bi is the positive square root of the sum of the squares of a and b. In other words, |z| = sqrt(a^2 + b^2). More »

There are 12 zeros after the one in one trillion. One trillion is equal to one thousand billion, which is the same as one thousand thousand million. More »

One trillion is 1,000 billions. One trillion is a one followed by 12 zeros, whereas one billion is a one followed by nine zeros. To add three zeros, multiply one billion by the number with three zeros, which happens to b... More »

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