Yes, there are numbers bigger than Million, Billion and Trillion as shown in the table below. Mostly the power of 10 increases by 3 for each new number, which means you add three extra zeros to the end of the number to get the next number. This happens till Quadragintillion or 10 ^123 and then it increases in powers of 30. Some of the famous big numbers are given below. There are different ways of saying big numbers in US, France and Europe. which we discuss in this article
- Googol (10^100 ),
- Skewer’s Number(10^130),
- Centillion (10^303)
- Googolplex(10^ googol )
- Skewes’ Number ((10^10)^10)^34
Name Google, was inspired by a very large number called Googol which is 10^100.
Names of larger numbers, however, have a tenuous, artificial existence, rarely found outside definitions, lists, and discussions of the ways in which large numbers are named. Even well-established names like sextillion are rarely used since in the context of science or astronomy, where such large numbers often occur, they are nearly always written using scientific notation, which is easier to say and less ambiguous.