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How much is 770,000?

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It's about 9,000 times the number of Keys on a Piano.
In other words, 770,000 is 8,800 times the count of Keys on a Piano, and the count of Keys on a Piano is 0.00011 times that amount.
(Moden layout; A0 to C7)
Most modern keyboards have 88 keys, comprising seven octaves and an additional major third. A full-size, acoustic piano may have as many as 12,000 separate parts.
It's about 10,000 times the number of Submarines in the US Navy.
In other words, 770,000 is 11,000 times the count of Submarines in the US Navy, and the count of Submarines in the US Navy is 0.0000910 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Subs) (includes all types, all classes) (2015 figures)
It's about 15,000 times the number of Countries in Africa.
In other words, the count of Countries in Africa is 0.0000710 times 770,000.
(2016 figures) (sovereign states recognized by the UN only)
It's about 15,000 times the number of Teeth in a Great White Shark's Mouth.
In other words, the count of Teeth in a Great White Shark's Mouth is 0.0000630 times 770,000.
(Carcharodon carcharias) (average; including developing rows)
It's about 30,000 times the number of Countries in the European Union.
In other words, 770,000 is 28,000 times the count of Countries in the European Union, and the count of Countries in the European Union is 0.0000360 times that amount.
(a.k.a. EU) (2016 figures)
It's about 50,000 times the number of Living Kings and Queens.
In other words, the count of Living Kings and Queens is 0.0000200 times 770,000.
(2015 figures) (distinct Monarchs)
It's about 85,000 times the number of Symphonies Composed by Beethoven.
In other words, 770,000 is 85,555.55555560 times the count of Symphonies Composed by Beethoven, and the count of Symphonies Composed by Beethoven is 0.00001168831168830 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Ludwig van Beethoven)