# What is the largest number ever counted by a person?

# What is largest battle ever fought in terms of the number of people that participated?

The Battle of Kursk involved 780,900 Germans and 1,910,361 Russians. The combined forces suffered 1,066,303 casualties.

# What is the largest number ever calculated?

There is no largest number, for numbers are infinite. Infinity is often suggested as an answer, but is only an abstract concept. Graham's number is the largest number ever denoted (at least, in the context of mathematical proof). This far exceeds the number of atoms in the universe, and is the u…pper bound for a quantity relating to Ramsey theory; the lower bound is 11. In a fixed number of characters (letters, numbers, symbols, etc.), the largest number possibly denoted is restricted only by the growth rate of the largest recognised function. At present, Knuth up-arrow notation has the largest growth rate, if enough arrows and large enough integers are used. (MORE)

# What is the largest number ever?

numbers never stop For more information see the answer to the Related Question shown below.

# What is the largest number counted?

While it is impossible to tell who has accutally counted the highest...many believe that it may be a googol. (Google is the incorrect spelling). Its numerical form is 10 100 . Though there are many larger numbers like a googolplex. (which is ten to the tenth power, to the 100th power. 10 (10 100 ) .… Also written as 10 googol .) Or even a Nongentillion 10 2703 (Also known as: Quinquagintaquadringentilliard). Overall, it would be close to impossible to tell WHO has counted to WHAT number, but overall, there are an infinite amount of possibilites. ahahahah bitchess , omg this stuff is soo fakee likee really dudes , thee eff outta here budd the highest number ever counted too is, 748,799,989 : ) (MORE)

# What is the highest number ever counted to?

It appears there are no records of the highest number ever countedto. Because of that, it would be impossible to say what the highestnumber ever counted to is and any claims (see below) would beunverifiable. If you counted one integer per second every secondfor sixty years, you wouldn't make it to t…wo billion, so let's saythe record is less than that. One experience: I recently counted to "approximately" 258 quintillion googol. Sincerely, Daniel Robbins month 7/ day 20/2017 (MORE)

# What is the highest number ever counted?

Well, for my part, I just recently counted past (decimal) "one and a half million" ("1,519,616" to be "exact") , and am still counting (and I have relied very little on writing down where I am as I count). I am actually counting (at present) in a base that I could be called "balanced base-sixty-fou…r" or "quadrosexagesimal"; and - in that base - the number would be "6Ã‚Â¯d00". In "base thirty-two" or "duotrigesimal", it would be "1ec00". I started this particular counting project about a year and a half ago now, and - God willing - will keep counting at least until I reach (decimal) 33,554,432 - which is "1,00000" in duotrigesimal or "20000" in quadrosexagesimal. (By the way the over-bar "Ã‚Â¯" indicates a negative rather than positive value, the symbols "c", "d", and "e" represent decimal "12", "13", and "14" respectively. So, for example, "Ã‚Â¯d" represents decimal: "negative 13". Also, in base sixty-four and base thirty-two, each "place" to the left represents a power of decimal "64" and "32", respectively. Therefore, the quadrosexagesimal value: " 6 Ã‚Â¯d 0 0 " equals decimal 6*64^3 - 13*64^2; and the duotrigesimal: " 1 e c 0 0 " equal decimal 1*32^4 + 14*32^3 + 12*32^2. Furthermore, quadrosexagesimal "20000" equals 2*64^4 and duotrigesimal "1,00000" equals 32^5.) (MORE)

# What are the whole numbers that are not counting numbers?

'0' is the only whole number that is not a counting number. Negative integers do not belong to whole numbers.

# What is the highest number anyone has ever counted to?

Well, for my part, I just recently counted past (decimal) "one and a half million" ("1,519,616" to be "exact") , and am still counting (and I have relied very little on writing down where I am as I count). I am actually counting (at present) in a base that I could be called "balanced base-sixty-fou…r" or "quadrosexagesimal"; and - in that base - the number would be "6Ã‚Â¯d00". In "base thirty-two" or "duotrigesimal", it would be "1ec00". I started this particular counting project about a year and a half ago now, and - God willing - will keep counting at least until I reach (decimal) 33,554,432 - which is "1,00000" in duotrigesimal or "20000" in quadrosexagesimal. (By the way the over-bar "Ã‚Â¯" indicates a negative rather than positive value, the symbols "c", "d", and "e" represent decimal "12", "13", and "14" respectively. So, for example, "Ã‚Â¯d" represents decimal: "negative 13". Also, in base sixty-four and base thirty-two, each "place" to the left represents a power of decimal "64" and "32", respectively. Therefore, the quadrosexagesimal value: " 6 Ã‚Â¯d 0 0 " equals decimal 6*64^3 - 13*64^2; and the duotrigesimal: " 1 e c 0 0 " equal decimal 1*32^4 + 14*32^3 + 12*32^2. Furthermore, quadrosexagesimal "20000" equals 2*64^4 and duotrigesimal "1,00000" equals 32^5.) (MORE)

# What are counting numbers?

The counting numbers are the whole numbers that start at 1 and endat infinity. Although zero is considered a whole number, it is nota counting number.

# What is a counting number?

Counting numbers are positive whole numbers and not zero. They can also be called 'natural numbers'. They are so called because when you count, you start at +1, 5554 , +3 and continue on in this pattern.

# What is the largest set of numbers that includes all the numbers ever used called?

set of real numbers? although people use imaginary numbers too, even though they're sort of the opposite of real numbers ... so maybe you're looking for the set of "all numbers"?

# What is the largest number ever in attendance at Yankee Stadium?

1958: Jehovah's Witness Convention brought in 253,000+ people The attendance at Yankee Stadium was 123, 707; the rest were at the Polo Grounds, making the combined attendance over 253,000 people.

# What is a whole number that is not a counting number?

The answer will depend on the exact definition of both "whole number" and "counting number" as both terms are potentially open to different interpretations. For example, a counting number could be defined as all the positive integers, e.g. 1,2,3,4 etc... A whole number could be defined as all the n…on negative integers, e.g. 0,1,2,3,4 etc.. In which case the answer would be 0. However, it could be argued that counting numbers include 0, making the above answer invalid. Equally it could be argued that whole numbers include the negative integers, in which case the answer would include any negative whole number. (MORE)

# If a number is a counting number or the opposite of a counting number then is it an integer?

A counting number is the numbers you lear as a little kid, counting numbers are one and up. Integers include the counting numbers, 0, and the opposite (negative) of counting numbers. So yes, a counting number or the opposite of a counting number is an integer..

# What is count olaf's personality like?

He is one of the most dreadful persons to ever walk the pages of the literary earth, period.

# What is the largest number of gallstones ever found in a person?

my son, 35 years old, just had 200 removed during surgery today. I am also curious what the record is. a friend who is almost 70 years old has just had 277 removed by keyhole surgery (Australia)

# Which country has the largest number of personal computers per person?

1 Switzerland - 864.584 per 1 million people 2005 .
2 San Marino - 857.143 per 1 million people 2004 .
3 Sweden -763.012 per 1 million people 2004 .
4 United States -762.152 per 1 million people 2004 .
5 Israel -740.354 per 1 million people 2004 For a bigger list, go to http:/www.nationmaster.…com/graph/med_per_com_percap-media-personal-computers-per-capita
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# Name the first person to ever have their number and jersey retiered from hockey?

The first team to retire a number were the Toronto Maple Leafs , who retired Ace Bailey 's #6 on February 14, 1934, prior to an All-Star game in his honor.

# How do you count years OF PERSON?

Well your question is just stupid taking that you have to be 18 to make an account here but the awnser is as follows: .
The years in a person do not matter if the quality of the heart lies itself and settles in to its personality. The truth lies within don't count the years with mock the persons et…ernal rest, Be open to all love and ages within the young the old the fallen and the not yet to arrive. (MORE)

# Has anyone ever counted to enifinity?

I may not have counted to it, but I have found a way to represent the next best thing to it on my two hands. (I.e. more than 880 trivigintillion (or 880.0E+69)). .

# What numbers are called counting numbers?

Counting numbers are whole numbers except for zero. Example: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5... and so on Note: Zero is sometimes included, but you really cannot count zero so the standard definition excludes it.

# Are whole numbers counting numbers?

Yes, whole numbers are counting numbers. The term whole number does not have a consistent definition. Well the most used definition is "counting numbers along with zero".

# Write a program that would find the count of occurrence of largest digit in the input number?

include #include void main() { long int n,r,m,max=0,count=0; clrscr(); printf("Enter the Number:"); scanf("%ld",&n); m=n; while(n>0) { r=n%10; if(r>max) max=r; n=n/10; } printf("\nLargest Digit is = %ld",max); while(m>0) { r=m%10; if(r==max) count++; m=m/10; } printf("\n\nOccurence of Largest Digit …%ld is = %ld",max,count); getch(); } output: Enter the Number:68596999 Largest Digit is = 9 Occurence of Largest Digit 9 is = 4 (MORE)

# Whats the largest number of children ever born at once?

The highest number of children born at once was 8. The last womanto have 8 live births was Nadya Suleman.

# What is the largest number of cats a person might own?

Most people who own cats have 5 cats or less. I think the average would probably be 2 cats. However, there are people who have 50 cats (or dogs), or even more. These people are called "hoarders." They basically take in every single stray cat they see. Usually they are animal lovers who cannot s…tand to see stray cats suffer without proper food and shelter. But what they don't realize is that 50 cats simply cannot live together, no matter how big your house is, and no matter how much money you have to provide for them. Cats have to know each other well, in order to get along. Usually, two cats have to be raised together, in order to get along. If you want to put two cats who are strangers (have never lived together) in the same house, usually one of them has to be a kitten. Unless an adult cat has been abused, and consequently is completely deranged, it will not hurt a kitten. It might hiss at the kitten, or bat at it with its paws, but it won't do any serious damage to the kitten. It can sense that it's just a baby. But when two adult cats who are strangers to each other are brought together, they usually will not get along. They won't trust each other. And when there are fifty other cats in the house, the cats are terrified all the time, because they don't know if the other cats are going to attack them or not. Since they don't know and trust the other cats, they are constantly expecting to be attacked by them. (MORE)

# What is the largest number of goals ever scored in a field hockey match?

The highest scoring game Ive heard of was 82-0. It was in a pre-qualifying tournament in 2008 Olympics. It was when Slovakia beat Bulgaria.

# Three consecutive odd counting numbers have the property that the sum of the largest and twice the smallest is 115 what is the middle number?

Chose any integer x. Three consecutive odd numbers: 2x+1 2x+3 2x+5 2x+5+2(2x+1)=115 2x+5+4x+2=115 6x+7=115 6x=108 x=18 The middle number is 2x+3=2*18+3 = 39

# What is the largest number of babies any single woman has ever given birth to?

The max that someone can have is 50. I think the max anyone has ever had is 19

# How is a person counted as unemployed?

To be considered unemployed, a person has to have no income comingin from an outside source. The person can not have a job thatbrings in any money. The person can be laid off or quit a job to beunemployed.A person is considered unemployed when some is fired orlet go from a job. the person must have …work lined up for the future or be activelysearching for a job (gradpoint) (MORE)

# Apart from infinity what is the largest number to ever be needed?

Mathematical folklore states that Graham's number G_64 is the largest number ever used in a useful way. Also, infinity is not really a number in the classical sense.

# What is the largest counting numbers?

There's no such thing as the largest counting number. Whatever number you name, no matter how big it is, all I have to do is add ' 1 ' to it and make a bigger number.

# What is whole number but not a counting number?

There are no whole numbers that are not also counting numbers. Bothterms mean the same subset of numbers: positive integers greaterthan zero. Some people consider zero to be a whole number but not a countingnumber, because you can't "count" zero.

# Is counting numbers whole numbers?

Whole numbers are 1,2,3,4..etc frations decimals and other numbers arent. Whole numbers include 0, counting numbers do not. Counting Numbers are also sometimes referred to as Natural Numbers. But the above answer is correct in that none of these sets: Counting, Whole and Integers include fractions… or decimals. (MORE)

# How high can a person count in a lifetime?

Ok, we can work this out! Let's break down how long it would take, on average, to say a number out loud. 1-999 (

# What is the largest number ever in attendance at football stadium?

The largest attendance at a NFL football game was at the Dallas Cowboys hoem opener at the new Te xas Stadium, there were 180,532 fans in attendance.

# Are rational numbers counting numbers?

No. Rational numbers are those numbers that can be expressed as a ratio of two integers. 2.4, for example, is a rational number (it can be written as the ratio 12/5), but not a counting number.

# What is counting by a number?

It would be counting by "x", so you would start with a number, like 8, then the next would be 8 + x, followed by 8 + x + x, etc. The x must be the same always.

# What country has the largest number of average credit cards per person?

I admit up front, I do not know for sure. But I am willing to bet my last nickel it is the USA. I have read repeatedly that the average (!) American has eight different credit cards. That boggles my mind - and yet, many people consider it perfectly normal . . .

# What is whole numbers and counting numbers?

whole numbers - start with zero (0). example: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 and ETC......... Counting Numbers - start with 1 But not zero (0) example: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

# What is the largest prime number ever solved?

The largest known prime is (2 43,112,609 Ã¢ÂˆÂ’ 1) which has 12,978,189 digits when written out in full.

# What is the largest prime numbers ever found?

The record is currently held by 2 ^57,885,161 Ã¢ÂˆÂ’ 1 with17,425,170 digits. Its discovery resulted from the Great Internet MersennePrime Search (GIMPS).

# Is 7 a counting number number?

7 is a counting number. But I am not sure what a counting number number is!

# What is the largest number of states a person can win and not be elected president?

A U. S. Presidential candidate can carry 39 states plus D.C. and lose the election if his/her opponent carries California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas.

# Did any famous person ever put their real number on the web anywhere?

This certainly may have happened at some time, but it's not very likely. Many celebrities and famous people (presidents, kings and queens, movie stars) maintain a public presence with a Twitter feed or a Facebook page for fans and supporters, but the famous people themselves generally do not partici…pate in it directly. They usually have a staff of assistants who read the comments and answer some of them. For obvious reasons, most famous people guard their privacy. While they are grateful for the support of their fans, they want to make sure they have a secure and safe personal life; thus, they do not want everyone to have their real number. (MORE)

# What is the largest number ever used in a math problem?

Grahm's Number It is so big it cannot be written down without using arrow notation.

# What numbers do you call a counting numbers?

All numbers, starting at one, and counting up. E.g. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 are the first 10 counting numbers.

# Is negative numbers counting number?

If you mean, "Can you use negative numbers arithmetically?" then yes. E.g. 6 + 8 = 14 6 + (-8) = 6-8 = -2.

# What is th largest number ever?

There is no such thing. As soon as you find the "largest number" you could just add one and it would be bigger. Again and again forever.

# Is counting number a prime number?

The prime counting function is the function giving the number of primes less than or equal to a given number (Shanks 1993, p. 15). For example, there are no primes , so . There is a single prime (2) , so . There are two primes (2 and 3) , so . And so on. The notation for the prime counting function …is slightly unfortunate because it has nothing whatsoever to do with the constant . This notation was introduced by number theorist Edmund Landau in 1909 and has now become standard. In the words of Derbyshire (2004, p. 38), "I am sorry about this; it's not my fault. You'll just have to put up with it." (MORE)

# What is the largest set of numbers that includes all the numbers you have ever used?

For me, the biggest set of numbers is the set of REAL numbers. Thatincludes every single number - positive, negative, whole, fraction,decimal, rational, irrational, numbers like pi and 'e' - except forIMAGINARY numbers. The set of REAL numbers is infinitely large and you can't get anybigger than tha…t. (MORE)