**Orders of Magnitude** are powers of Ten.

To display an order of magnitude, the digits have to be a one (1) followed by a set number of zeroes (0). Each of them have designs based on their names.

Orders of Magnitude with "One" at the beginning of their name are fully red and have one red eye and red lips, but if they also have "Hundred" in their name, they will have a checkerboard pattern as well. However, if the number as "Ten" at the beginning of their name, they will be white with red borders and have 2 star eyes and pink lips. The "square eyes" also apply to them as well, as orders of magnitude that are squares have square eyes, while ones that aren't will have round eyes instead.

Main article: One

Main article: Ten

Main article: One Hundred

Main article: One Thousand

**Ten Thousand**, or **10,000**, is a Numberblock made up of 10,000 blocks.

She first appeared in One Thousand and One.

## Appearance

She resembles Ten, but a thousand times larger. She has square eyes, since she is 100 by 100.

## Trivia

**One Hundred Thousand**, or **100,000**, is a Numberblock made up of 100,000 blocks. She is likely voiced by Sharon D. Clarke, and appears in two episodes: One Thousand and One and What If?.

## Appearance

100,000 is like a big 100. She resembles 100 as she is a thousand times 100. The only difference is that she doesn't have a square eye because 100,000 is not a square.

## Trivia

- In the Indian numbering system, One Hundred Thousand is called "Lakh" or "One Lakh".

**One Million**, or **1,000,000**, is a Numberblock made up of 1,000,000 blocks.

## Appearance

She resembles One, but a million times larger. She has a square eye, since she is 1,000 by 1,000.

## Trivia

- She is one of seven cube Numberblocks to be canon.
- She first appeared in One Thousand and One, in One's dream.
- Her voice is deeper than One Hundred's, and it sounds like multiple voices.
- She has square eyes because she is a 1,000 x 1,000 square.
- Until What If?, she was the biggest Numberblock.
- In the Indian numbering system, One Million is called "Ten Lakh".

**Ten Million**, or **10,000,000**, is a Numberblock made up of 10,000,000 blocks. She only appears in What If?.

## Appearance

She resembles Ten, but a million times larger.

## Trivia

- In the Indian numbering system, Ten Million is called "One Crore".
- She is currently the only 7th power to be figured-out, besides One.

**One Hundred Million**, or **100,000,000**, is a Numberblock made up of 100,000,000 blocks.

She only appears in What If?.

## Appearance

She resembles One Hundred, but a million times larger.

## Trivia

- She is currently the only 8th power to be figured-out, besides One.
- She is a square, as she's 10,000 times 10,000.
- She is the 5th fourth power to be figured-out, the first four being One, Sixteen, Ten Thousand, and Eighty-One respectively.
- In the Indian numbering system, One Hundred Million is called "Ten Crore".

**One Billion**, or **1,000,000,000**, is a Numberblock made up of 1,000,000,000 blocks. She is the biggest Numberblock so far.

## Appearance

She resembles One, but a billion times larger.

## Trivia

- She is one of seven cube Numberblocks to be canon.
- She is currently the only 9th power to be figured-out, besides One.
- Before 1974, this Numberblock's name could have been either "One Thousand Million", or the almost-archaic name "One Milliard". Due to the UK using the short scale since 1974, and due to Numberblocks releasing 43 years after the UK adopted the short scale, this Numberblock is called "One Billion".
- In the Indian numbering system, One Billion is called "One Arab" or "One Hundred Crore".
- She has the most factors out of all the Numberblocks so far, with 100 factors.

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