If there are 125 billion galaxies with 100 billion stars each, how many stars in universe?

If we estimate that there are 125 billion galaxies in the universe, and each galaxy has 100 billion stars each, how many stars are in the universe? Please give me the answer in numeric and word form, so I’ll be able to say it! Thanks.

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