1e16 is, in Scheme terms, **an inexact number (or in more practical terms, a floating-point number)**. For (double-precision) floating point numbers above 2^{53} (9007199254740992), the ulp is greater than 1, which means changes by 1 are too small to be represented. ^{†} 10000000000000000, on the other hand, is an integer.

The number is in scientific notation. The e-16 means that there are 16 0's to the left of the number.

On a calculator display, E (or e) stands for exponent of 10, and it's always followed by another number, which is the value of the exponent. For example, a calculator would show the number 2.5 trillion as either 2.5E12 or 2.5e12.

1e17 is a 1 chain structure with sequence from Human. Full experimental information is available from OCA. For a guided tour on the structure components use FirstGlance.

The Scientific format displays a number in exponential notation, replacing part of the number with E+n, in which E (exponent) multiplies the preceding number by 10 to the nth power. For example, a 2-decimal scientific format displays 12345678901 as 1.23E+10, which is 1.23 times 10 to the 10th power.

The E 15 notation is a substitute for 10^{15} which is a large number. so 3.13815....

1e+14 is an E notation that you may have gotten as a result of a calculation you did on a computer or pocket calculator. 1e+14 is the E notation version of the scientific notation 1 times 10 to the power of 14. In other words, 1e+14 is the same as 1 times 10 to the power of 14.

1e18 (or 1E18 ) is a number literal using E-notation. Ruby interprets this number as a floating point number with the value 1 × 10^{18} (i.e. 1,000,000,000,000,000,000).

It is equivalent to 1000000.0 .

Since October 2009, Google has been assigning domain names to its servers under the domain "1e100.net", the scientific notation for 1 googol, in order to provide a single domain to identify servers across the Google network.

10000000000000000, on the other hand, is an integer. If you do (- 10000000000000000 1) , you will indeed get back 999999999999999. In Scheme, you can also write #e1e16 to represent the same quantity; the #e prefix makes the number exact (in Scheme terms; in practical terms, it means either an integer or rational).

In our last blog, we discussed that we go from a million to a billion and then to a trillion. Now, after a trillion, there comes a number known as quadrillion, and then we have other numbers following it. These numbers are quintillion, sextillion, septillion, octillion, nonillion, and decillion.

2.2e-16 is the scientific notation of 0.00000000000000022, meaning it is very close to zero. Your statistical software probably uses this notation automatically for very small numbers. You may be able to change this in the settings.

An irrational number represented by the letter e, Euler's number is 2.71828..., where the digits go on forever in a series that never ends or repeats (similar to pi).

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Googol: A googol is most easily expressed as 10^{100}. That means it is a one followed by one hundred zeros. The number was referenced by Edward Kasner in his 1940 book, Mathematics and the Imagination, according to Live Science.

1E-14 is programming/engineering notation for the number 1×10^(-14) This kind of notation is very useful for writing very small or very large numbers, but it might be easier to illustrate with numbers closer to ±1: >>> 1e-3 0.001 >>> 2e-4 0.0002 >>> 3e0 3.0 >>> 1 * 10**(-3) 0.001 >>> 1e3 1000.0 >>> 2e2 200.0 >>>

1E12 is the same as 1000000000000 (a million million).

As a result, you get 0.071 as your answer when you convert 1/14 to a decimal.

Cardinal: 800000000000000000 can be written as Eight hundred quadrillion.

"E9" in the display means the batteries are almost out of power. Change the batteries now. If the message reappears after the batteries have been replaced, remove the batteries again, press and hold the power/set button for at least 2 seconds, wait 20 seconds, and then reinsert the batteries.

1e 10 would be 1 × 10^10 or 10 billion.