# How To Use Quadrillion In A Sentence

• I'm sure they'd have fancy statistics saying that this added up to a quadrillion dollars in lost revenue.
• Translated into arithmetical terms, the result is 79 octillion, 228 septillion, 162 sextillion, 514 quintillion, 270 quadrillion with 15 zeros attached; that is 79,228,162,270,000,000,000,000,000.
• By comparison, on a sunny day the human eye is flooded by about 10 quadrillion photons per second.
• The spacecraft's EKG readings are so weak that the signal striking NASA's global network of deep-space antennas is only 10-16 watts — or one part in 10 quadrillion. A Space in Time
• IBM's new supercomputer, Blue Gene, may do close to one quadrillion multiplications per second.
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• IBM's new supercomputer, Blue Gene, may do close to one quadrillion multiplications per second.
• The U.S. transportation sector currently consumes 38 quadrillion BTU's of energy annually.
• In the last decades of the 20c, however, the North American use has become universal, providing the set million, billion, trillion, quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion, septillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion.
• The whole financial engineering industry is today a market with a notional value of approximately \$1 quadrillion.
• None of the quadrillions living now among all the stars of the Galaxy will be living a century from now.
• If it makes a quadrillion, should Jones be proud?
• Electricity accounts for 39% of that, or about 160 quadrillion BTUs.
• LSST, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, is an 8.4-meter telescope with a 3,200 megapixel camera, 30 terabytes of data per night, and when the survey is over, the archive will hold 60 petabytes—“peta-” means “quadrillion.” A Grand and Bold Thing
• March 4th, 2009 at 3: 00 am www ozu com says: www ozu com … against audiogram: airfield! quadrillion? inheres. linearly, … Think Progress » Iraqi Leaders Call On U.S. To Set Timetable
• The Bank for International Settlements reported in 2008 that total annual derivatives trades were \$1.14 quadrillion (a quadrillion is a thousand trillion). Ellen Brown: Who Will Pay: Wall Street or Main Street , The Tobin Tax or the VAT?
• At the other end of the spectrum, a signal of 10 quadrillionths, or 0.00000000000001, of a watt (a quadrillion is a million billion) could be enough to complete a call. Hidden Formulas Send Mixed Signals on Cellphones
• LSST, the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, is an 8.4-meter telescope with a 3,200 megapixel camera, 30 terabytes of data per night, and when the survey is over, the archive will hold 60 petabytes—“peta-” means “quadrillion.” A Grand and Bold Thing
• Translated into arithmetical terms, the result is 79 octillion, 228 septillion, 162 sextillion, 514 quintillion, 270 quadrillion with 15 zeros attached; that is 79, 228, 162, 270,000,000,000,000,000.
• Moving in association with this dust are an estimated 2 quadrillion microorganisms.
• in England they call a septillion a quadrillion
• I didnâ€ ™ t say it was getting smaller phyisically (as you can still arrange a few quadrillion atoms in the same foot print as a few octillion atoms). Think Progress » ThinkFast AM: July 10, 2006
• In the last decades of the 20c, however, the North American use has become universal, providing the set million, billion, trillion, quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion, septillion, octillion, nonillion, decillion.
• A pair of flies beginning operation in April, if all were to live, would result in 191,010,000,000,000,000,000 (191 quintillion, 10 quadrillion) flies by August.
• The statement of two quadrillion is right up there with every other lie, disinformation and irrational statement of the CONservative inaccuracy machine. Think Progress » Alito’s Mom:
• The U.S. today consumes about 100 quads - 100 quadrillion BTUs - of raw thermal energy per year.
• In the American system, a quadrillion is a million billion. CIA Releases bin Laden Videos, Says He Was Active Terrorist Commander
• The notional \$1.14 quadrillion (as reported by the Bank for International Settlements, which is in Switzerland) only becomes real (and frightfully dangerous) if either counterparty to a derivative goes bankrupt and if the defaulter is a major institution. Dinocrat
• Finance minister Samuel Mumbengegwi last week announced a national budget of 7.8 quadrillion Zimbabwe dollars (a quadrillion is a figure followed by 15 zeroes), the only country in the world whose national spending runs into such a large number. ANC Daily News Briefing
• Otherwise there would be less than a quadrillion/100 behaviors which a given human could conceivably perform…even though the number of behaviors performable by any human would be astronomical, as you say, due to interindividual differences in neural wiring. The Sad state of Intelligent Design: Or why it shuns 'peer review' - The Panda's Thumb
• We're busy spending quadrillions of dollars trying to find out if, like, a dozen microbes maybe once lived on Mars sometime in the ancient past.
• A UK quadrillion would be one followed by 24 zeroes.
• It now stands at a quarter of a quadrillion dollars and is increasing at an accelerating pace.
• Thetans have been compulsively recording intergalactic history for several quadrillion years.
• Check out the table that shows the amount of energy that comes from different sources as measured in quadrillion BTUs.
• The last time I checked, one of them was 22 quadrillion.
• Others are known that are so very slightly unstable that their half-lives are trillions and quadrillions of years.
• The lesson continues this way up until the quadrillions.
• In October, a supercomputer performed 2.57 petaflops--that is, 2.57 quadrillion calculations per second--to seize the title of fastest computer in the world.
• A quadrillion is equal to 1,000 billion, written as a one followed by 15 zeroes. MySpace Distributes More Videos than YouTube | Impact Lab
• Pulses of such short duration - lasting some 80 femtoseconds, or 80 quadrillionths of a second - shine a lightning-fast strobe light on the swift activities of atoms and molecules.
• It actually happened, among other places, where bank notes denominated in the billions, trillions, and quadrillions circulated in rapid succession in 1946.
• In fact, emerging technologies ultimately could transform the economics of computer memory storage so that a penny could buy a petabyte (one quadrillion bytes) of storage.
• Each of them had been coated with quadrillions of luminescent particles.