What is a prefix smaller than pico?
Pico refers to 10^-12; femto is a thousand times less, atto is a thousand times less than that, then zepto, and finally yocto at a whopping 10^-24
pico- is a prefix that can be added to any measurement to mean divide by 1,000,000,000,000. femto- is smaller and means / 1,000,000,000,000,000. atto- is even smaller and means / 1,000,000,000,000,000,000.
Pico is 10-12, googol is much larger than 1, therefore pico would be far smaller.
The prefix pico means 10-12 (nano means 10-9). Even smaller are femto(10-15), atto(10-18), zepto(10-21), and yocto(10-24).
Yes, a pico second is a thousandth of a nano second.
a pico second
I think you pico rather than pica. The prefix pico- represents a factor of 10-12, or 0.000 000 000 001. The next smallest prefix is femto- 10-15, or 0.000 000 000 000 001. Pico- is one step down from nano- which is 10-9, 0.000 000 001.
The prefix pico refers to 1x10-12 of a unit.
Yes, there is a unit smaller than a microliter. You may not see it because the amounts "below" microliters are so darn small. But, looking at just the prefix and starting with micro (10-6), there are nano (10-9), pico (10-12), fempto (10-15), atto (10-18), zepto (10-21), and yocto (10-24). Beyond that, we just use the "power of ten notation" and no prefix.
pico (1/1,000,000,000,000 or 10^-12)
Pico (symbol p) is a prefix in the metric system denoting one trillionth.
Pico is the prefix in most English speaking countries. Atto is the prefix in most European countries. A trillion or a trillionth in the US has a different numerical value than the same trillion or trillionth in a European country.
What does micro micro mean in metric prefix. I know this was an older designation used for a metric prefix. Was it used for nano or pico?
I am not sure but, Micro = 10-6, so Micro micro = 10-12 for which the prefix now is pico.
nano is 1/1,000,000,000 and pico is 1/1,000,000,000,000 You decide
No. The milli- prefix means 1/1000 The kilo- prefix means 1000 1/1000 is smaller (not larger) than 1000 Thus mm is smaller (not larger) than km.
A trillion (10^12).
Pico- (symbol p) is a prefix in the metric system denoting one trillionth, a factor of 10^−12 (0.000000000001).
It indicates 10-12 of a unit.
The prefix pico - whether used with seconds or with other measurements - means 10-12, in other words, a factor of 1 / 1,000,000,000,000.
Well pico is 10^-12, so the next two are: Femtometer (10^-15, or a quadrillionth) Attometer (10^-18 , or a quintillionth) An attometer is smaller than anything known, and(To my knowledge), there is no measurement smaller yet.
It's pico, and it is 10-12
10^-9 which is 1000th of micro and 1000 times pico
Centi- (apex learning)
Its in the SI system known as the metric system
The pico- prefix means 10-12 Examples: a 5pF capacitor has a capacity of 5 x 10-12 farads. 1pm (1 pico metre) would be 1x10-12metres = 0.000000000001m - a very-very-very short distance.
It is a prefix in the metric system, generally used in classification of electric capacitors - 'picofarad' etc.
A milligram is smaller than a gram, by a factor of 1000. The prefix milli- means thousandth, so there are 1000 milligrams in a gram.
Femto is 10-15, atto is 10-18 for a start
The SI prefix for trillionth is pico- and is given in scientific notation as 10E-12. The SI prefix for trillion is tera- . In the metric system, SI prefixes are important because they reference decimal positions.
One prefix for smaller is micro- For example: microwave, microburst
Micro is a prefix that refers to something significantly smaller than the word it's being attached to. Poly is a prefix meaning many or multiple.
Not sure what pi-co is, but if you mean the prefix pico, for SI units, the answer is 10-12.
pico is (1/1,000,000,000,000) nano is (1/1,000,000,000) making nano larger
"Pica" is a prefix, not a base unit, so there isn't a conversion factor available for this. What kind of "expert" is this? (Pica is a type size. Pico is a prefix. You must have been educated in a government school.)
0.001 = milli 0.000 001 = micro 0.000 000 001 = nano 0.000 000 000 001 = pico
"milli-" = 1/1,000 (thousandth) "micro-" = 1/1,000,000 (millionth) "nano-" = 1/1,000,000,000 (billionth) "pico-" = 1/1,000,000,000,000 (millionth of a millionth, "micro micro-")
The prefix "micro" means a millionth (1 / 1,000,000) The prefix "centi" means a hundredth (1 / 100). Which means a micrometer is smaller than a centimeter. So it would take 10000 micrometers to equal 1 centimeter.
The Greek prefix "hypo-" has several meanings: under, below, less than, smaller, etc.
Split second, milli, micro, nano, pico, femto, attosecond etc.
deci- centi- milli- micro- nano- pico- femto- deca- hecto- kilo- mega- giga- tera-
Nano. A handy mnemonic is "nice price for all." Nano, pico, femto, atto. Billionth, trillionth, quadrillionth, quintillionth.
The word "processor" means the same thing as "microprocessor", as they both do the same thing, process input signals into output data. The prefix was added once processors started getting smaller. Much smaller, even, than a fingernail. That's pretty small, hence the prefix "micro".
Yes we just learned about it In fact, the Prefix 'kilo' means "times 1000" so a kilogram is 1000 times more massive than a gram.
It is a measurement called the picometer. Pico- is the SI prefix that means a factor of 10-12. So one meter would be .000000000001 picometers.
Micro-. Both the prefixes 'deci-' and 'micro-' describe a certain amount of whatever unit of measure is being used. They owe their usage to the French Revolutionaries setting up a standard system of measures and weights. In that system, the prefix 'deci-' refers to one-tenth of whatever unit is being used. The prefix 'micro-' refers to one-millionth. Therefore, the prefix 'micro-' refers to a smaller quantity under consideration than does a 'deci-'.
An SI prefix, unless that unit already has a prefix.
The pico- prefix means x 10^-12 The tera- prefix means x 10^12 → 1 Ts / 1 ps = 1 x 10^12 / (1 x 10^-12) = 10^24.
The prefix 'centi' makes a unit 10^2 or 0.01 times it size, so a centimetre can measure distances 0.01 times smaller than a meter and 1cm = 0.01m. For example: 2.45m = 245cm
A kilometer is equal to 1,000 times greater than a meter. The prefix "kilo" means 1,000. On the other hand, a millimeter is 1,000 times smaller than a meter.
If 0 < m < 1 then m > m^2if m = 0 or m = 1 then they are equal elsewhere m < m^2.