08 February 2017

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List of Numbers and How many Zeroes Numbers Have

List of Numbers and How many Zeroes Numbers Have
Zero is a number used in mathematics to describe no quantity or null quantity.

When there are two mangoes on the table and we take the 2 mangoes from table then we can say that there are zero mangoes on the table.

Zero is a number. It is not positive nor negative number.

The word zero came into the English language via French zero from Italian zero, Italian contraction of Venetian zevero form of 'Italian zefiro via ṣafira or ṣifr.

In pre-Islamic time the word ṣifr had the meaning 'empty'.
Sifr evolved to mean zero when it was used to translate śūnya (Sanskrit: शून्य) from India
The first known English use of zero was in 1598.

Chinese Scholars were familiar with the idea of negative numbers by the Han Dynasty (2nd century AD), as seen in the The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art, much earlier than the fifteenth century when they became well established in Europe.

The concept of zero as a digit in the decimal place value notation was developed in India, presumably as early as during the Gupta period (c. 5th century), with the oldest unambiguous evidence dating to the 7th century.

The Indian scholar Pingala (c. 200 BC) used binary numbers in the form of short and long syllables (the latter equal in length to two short syllables), a notation similar to Morse code. Pingala used the Sanskrit word śūnya explicitly to refer to zero.

The earliest text to use a decimal place-value system, including a zero, is the Lokavibhāga, a Jain text surviving in a medieval Sanskrit translation of the Prakrit original, which is internally dated to AD 458 (Saka era 380). In this text, śūnya ("void, empty") is also used to refer to zero.

The origin of the modern decimal-based place value notation can be traced to the Aryabhata (c. 500), which states sthānāt sthānaṁ daśaguṇaṁ syāt "from place to place each is ten times the preceding.

The rules governing the use of zero appeared for the first time in the Brahmasputha Siddhanta (7th century). This work considers not only zero, but negative numbers, and the algebraic rules for the elementary operations of arithmetic with such numbers. In some instances, his rules differ from the modern standard, specifically the definition of the value of zero divided by zero as zero.

Below is the list of numbers and how many 0s they have –
Ten: 10 (1 zero)
Hundred: 100 (2 zeros)
Thousand: 1000 (3 zeros)
Ten thousand 10,000 (4 zeros)
Hundred thousand 100,000 (5 zeros)

Hint – Sets of three zeroes past 1000
It's the convention to write numbers with commas separating sets of three numbers so that it's easier to read and understand the value. For example, you write one million as 1,000,000 rather than 1000000.


1    million    6 (1,000,000)
2    billion    9 (1,000,000,000)
3    trillion    12 (1,000,000,000,000)
4    quadrillion    15 (1,000,000,000,000,000)
5    quintillion    18 (1,000,000,000,000,000,000)
6    sextillion    21 (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000)
7    septillion    24 (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000)
8  octillion  27 (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000)

9   nonillion  30 
10 - decillion  33 
11    undecillion    36
12    duodecillion    39
13    tredecillion    42
14    quattuordecillion    45
15    quindecillion    48
16    sexdecillion    51
17    septendecillion    54
18    octodecillion    57
19    novemdecillion    60
20    vigintillion    63
21    unvigintillion    66
22    duovigintillion    69
23    trevigintillion    72
24    quattuorvigintillion    75
25    quinvigintillion    78
26    sexvigintillion    81
27    septenvigintillion    84
28    octovigintillion    87
29    novemvigintillion    90
30    trigintillion    93
31    untrigintillion    96
32    duotrigintillion    99
33    tretrigintillion    102
34    quattuortrigintillion    105
35    quintrigintillion    108
36    sextrigintillion    111
37    septentrigintillion    114
38    octotrigintillion    117
39    novemtrigintillion    120
40    quadragintillion    123
41    unquadragintillion    126
42    duoquadragintillion    129
43    trequadragintillion    132
44    quattuorquadragintillion    135
45    quinquadragintillion    138
46    sexquadragintillion    141
47    septenquadragintillion    144
48    octoquadragintillion    147
49    novemquadragintillion    150
50    quinquagintillion    153
51    unquinquagintillion    156
52    duoquinquagintillion    159
53    trequinquagintillion    162
54    quattuorquinquagintillion    165
55    quinquinquagintillion    168
56    sexquinquagintillion    171
57    septenquinquagintillion    174
58    octoquinquagintillion    177
59    novemquinquagintillion    180
60    sexagintillion    183
61    unsexagintillion    186
62    duosexagintillion    189
63    tresexagintillion    192
64    quattuorsexagintillion    195
65    quinsexagintillion    198
66    sexsexagintillion    201
67    septensexagintillion    204
68    octosexagintillion    207
69    novemsexagintillion    210
70    septuagintillion    213
71    unseptuagintillion    216
72    duoseptuagintillion    219
73    treseptuagintillion    222
74    quattuorseptuagintillion    225
75    quinseptuagintillion    228
76    sexseptuagintillion    231
77    septenseptuagintillion    234
78    octoseptuagintillion    237
79    novemseptuagintillion    240
80    octogintillion    243
81    unoctogintillion    246
82    duooctogintillion    249
83    treoctogintillion    252
84    quattuoroctogintillion    255
85    quinoctogintillion    258
86    sexoctogintillion    261
87    septenoctogintillion    264
88    octooctogintillion    267
89    novemoctogintillion    270
90    nonagintillion    273
91    unnonagintillion    276
92    duononagintillion    279
93    trenonagintillion    282
94    quattuornonagintillion    285
95    quinnonagintillion    288
96    sexnonagintillion    291
97    septennonagintillion    294
98    octononagintillion    297
99    novemnonagintillion    300
100    centillion    303

The number googol (termed by Milton Sirotta) has 100 zeros after it. Milton Sirotta named this wildly big number, which looks like this:

10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,

000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

Googolplex is the biggest number.
googolplex, which is a 1 followed by a googol of zeros. The googolplex is so large it doesn't have any meaningful use yet. The number is larger than the number of atoms in the universe!

In the United States, as well as around the world in science and finance, a billion is 1,000 million, which is written as a 1 followed by 9 zeros. This is also called the "short scale".

There is also a "long scale", which is used in France and used to be used in the UK, in which a billion means 1 million. According to this definition of a billion, the number is written with a 1 followed by 12 zeros. The short scale and long sale were described by French mathematician Genevieve Guitel in 1975.

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2 comments:

rudraprayaga February 13, 2017  

It is an interesting info. but a punishment for the poor brain to carry this much a lord.