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Date   18 Jul 2014
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What is number chart?

A chart of numbers is a table which lists the numbers in numerical order (e.g. first line 1-10, second line 11-20). Such charts can help students recognize numerals and numerical order, and set patterns within numbers (e.g. even numbers, counting by fives, tens, etc.).

What is a hundred chart?

A hundreds map is a 10-by-10 grid, written in the squares with the numbers one to one hundred. A chart of hundreds can be designed such that each student has his or her own chart of hundreds, or it can be poster-sized for use with the whole class.

What is the biggest number?

A googol is a 1 with 100 zeroes behind. By claiming a googol is 10 ^ 100, we can write a googol using the exponents. The largest number we know named is googolplex, ten to googol control, or (10)^(10 ^ 100). That's published as one followed by zeroes on googol.

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What is number grid?

The grid of numbers is a valuable method used in the Everyday Math Program. Often, the number grid is used as a method to help students count and solve problems they would not be able to solve alone.

What is after a trillion?

Originally Answered: What number follows after a trillion?  Billion,Trillion, Quadrillion, Quintillion, Sextillion, Septillion, Octillion, Nonillion, Decillion, Undecillion, Duodecillion, Tredecillion, Quattuordecillion, Quindecillion, Sexdexillion, Septendecillion, Octodecillion, Novemdecillion, Vigintillion.


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