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hundred, thousand, million, billion, trillion, quadrillion......

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• 匿名使用者
2 0 年前
最佳解答

有! 以下是我在University of North Carolina的網站上找到的. 有非常非常詳細的表格對照. 因為我還無法使用html功能,所以一個一個幫你打上.

基本上越大的單位都是由代表數字的字首去新造字.

American Way:

10^9 (scientific notation) billion 1,000,000,000

10^12 trillion 1,000,000,000,000

10^18 quintillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000

10^21 sextillion

10^24 septillion

10^27 octillion

10^30 nonillion

10^33 decillion

10^36 undecillion

10^39 duodecillion

10^42 tredecillion

10^45 quattuordecillion

10^48 quindecillion

10^51 sexdecillion

10^54 septendecillion

10^57 octodecillion

10^60 novemdecillion

10^63 vigintillion

10^66 unvigintillion

10^69 duovigintillion

10^72 trevigintillion

10^75 quattuorvigintillion

10^78 quinvigintillion

10^81 sexvigintillion

10^84 septenvigintillion

10^87 octovigintillion

10^90 novemvigintillion

10^93 trigintillion

10^96 untrigintillion

10^99 duotrigintillion

10^303 centillion

This process can be continued indefinitely, but one has to stop somewhere. The name centillion (n = 100) has appeared in many dictionaries. A centillion is 10^303 (1 followed by 303 zeroes) in the American system and a whopping 10^600 (1 followed by 600 zeroes) in the European system.

Finally, there is the googol, the number 10^100 (1 followed by 100 zeroes). Invented more for fun than for use, the googol lies outside the regular naming systems. The googol equals 10 duotrigintillion in the American system, 10 sexdecilliard in the European system, and 10 triacontatrillion in the proposed Greek-based system.

The googolplex (1 followed by a googol of zeroes) is far larger than any of the numbers discussed here.

• 2 0 年前

Gazillion!!! HAHAHAHA

2005-05-23 22:51:12 補充：

Gazillion!!! HAHAHAHA

• 2 0 年前

10^18**quintillion

10^21**sextillion

10^24**septillion

10^27**octillion

10^30**nonillion

10^33**decillion

還有很多...可以到我列在參考資料的網站裡看。