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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »