|$1 trillion coin||1.55||0.1||7565||88|
|$1 trillion platinum coin||1.68||0.1||7285||88|
|$1 trillion dollar coin||1.22||0.9||1600||87|
|mint $1 trillion coin||0.02||0.8||3883||90|
|minting $1 trillion coin||0.14||0.6||8612||16|
|two $1 trillion platinum coins||1.09||1||9794||30|
|the $1 trillion coin||0.81||1||537||19|
|$1 trillion dollar platinum coin||0.39||0.6||2482||45|
|minting a $1 trillion platinum coin||0.52||0.8||7726||98|
The simple answer is that one trillion is a one followed by twelve zeros. It's a million million. It's a thousand billion. A dollar bill is about 6 inches long. The earth is about 93 million miles from the sun. A trillion dollar bills laid end-to-end would stretch further than the distance from the Earth to the Sun.How many zeros are in a million, billion, and trillion?
There is some ambiguity in this question that people need to be aware of. In the United States 1 trillion is 1000 billion, and 1 billion is 1000 million, so 1 trillion is 1 000 000 million, that is, a million million or 1 000 000 000 000. Thus, there are 12 zeros in the standard decimal numeric notation for 1 trillion.Are dollar coins made out of gold?
The modern Native American and presidential one dollar coins are made out of a copper, zinc, manganese and nickel combination known as manganese-brass. Although these coins are gold in appearance, they have no actual gold content whatsoever.