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This article lists and discusses the usage and derivation of names of large
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Date: 08/30/97 at 08:05:34 From: Doctor Jerry Subject: Re: Place Values beyond

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In the short scale order of magnitude, one quadrillion follows one trillion.

In the long scale order of magnitude one thousand trillion, also called a trilliard, follows one trillion

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The numbers names in USA and Europe. USA (10<sup>3+3n</sup>), UK (10<sup>6n</sup>), DE (10<sup>6n</sup>), SI Prefix, Symbol. 10<sup>-24</sup>, septillionth, quadrillionth, Quadrillionstel, Yocto-, y.

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On a finite scale, however, the lowest number that is greater than 1