septendecillion


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sep·ten·de·cil·lion

 (sĕp′tĕn-dĭ-sĭl′yən)
n.
1. The cardinal number equal to 1054.
2. Chiefly British The cardinal number equal to 10102.

[Latin septendecim, seventeen (septem, seven; see septm̥ in Indo-European roots + decem, ten; see deci-) + (m)illion.]

sep′ten·de·cil′lion adj.
sep′ten·de·cil′lionth adj.adv. & n.
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septendecillion

(ˌsɛptɛndɪˈsɪljən)
n
(Mathematics) Brit the number written as ten to the power of 102 (10102)
determiner
(Mathematics) Brit amounting to the number written as ten to the power of 102 (10102)
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sep•ten•de•cil•lion

(ˌsɛp tɛn dɪˈsɪl yən)

n., pl. -lions, (as after a numeral) -lion, n.
1. a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 54 zeros, and in Great Britain by 1 followed by 102 zeros.
adj.
2. amounting to one septendecillion in number.
[1935–40; < Latin septendec(im) seventeen + -illion, as in million]
sep`ten•de•cil′lionth, adj., n.
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The number 10102 is a septendecillion since it is (106) 17, or a million raised to the 17 (Gullburg, 1997).
Largest A/R: nine hundred ninety-nine vigintillion, nine hundred ninety-nine novemdecillion, nine hundred ninety-nine octodecillion, nine hundred ninety-nine septendecillion [Mx[D.sup.11]x[C.sup.4]x[L.sup.8]x[V.sup.2]] = 4.76837158203125x[10.sup.55] which goes evenly into 9.99999999999x[10.sup.65] (A/R = 20,970,150,200).
SEPTENDECILLION ([10.sup.54]) = Sexdecillion x ([{(Eighty + P + Twenty - Eighty + Ninety - D) x Eleven} - C]E[{I x L/L} + I + [One.sup.Nine]])
The same argument goes for these numbers too: TRILLION, QUADRILLION, QUINTILLION, SEXTILLION, SEPTILLION, OCTILLION, NONILLION, DECILLION, UNDECILLION, DUODECILLION, TREDECILLION, QUATTUORDECILLION, QUINDECILLION, SEXDECILLION, SEPTENDECILLION, OCTODECILLION, NOVEMDECILLION, VIGINTILLION ...