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Q: 1 million equal to 100 crores?

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0.1 crores = 1 million

10 crores

AnswerNope! 10 million=1 crore$1 million USD = 4.8 crore INR

1 Crore (1,00,00,000) 100 Lakhs 1 Lakh (1,00,000) 0.01 Crores 1 Million (1,000,000) 0.1 Crores 1 Crore (1,00,00,000) 10 Million 1 Billion (1,000,000,000) 100 Crores 1 Crore (1,00,00,000) 0.01 Billion

One crore is 10 million. So, one billion is equal to 100 crore or 1000 million.

One crore is 10 million. So, one billion is equal to 100 crore or 1000 million.

Yes, it is.

1 crore

1 million = 0.1 crore

One billion Indian rupees is equal to 100 crores Indian rupees (on the short scale where 1 billion = 1000 million). A crore is equal to 10 million.

A crore is equal to ten million. Therefore, 1 million is equal to 0.1 crore.

1 crore = 10 million so 2 crores = 20 million. Simple!

1 billion = 1000 million, i.e. 100 Crores (1 arab)

100 million is not equal to 1 billion

1 million equals to 10 lacks which is one tenth of a crores (10 million).

0.1 crore = 1 million - whether that is dollars, people or grains of sand!

1 crore is 100 lakhs = 10000000 10 crores is 100000000 In international number 1000000 is a million Therefore 10 crores is 100 million

1 crore (unit of measurement in India) is 10 million. 1000 crores is 10M x 1000 = 10,000,000,000 or 10 billion

10 lakhs=1 million 100 lakhs=10 million 100 lakhs=1 crore 100 million=10 crores 10000 lakhs = 1 billion

100 crores

1 Lakh = 100, 000 1 Crore = 10 Million 1 Arab = 1 Billion So there are 100 Crores in 1 Arab Hope that helps - aimshaikh

The spelling is "eighty-four and seven tenths crores" or "eighty-four point seven crores." This is a numerical value equal to 847 million or "eight hundred forty-seven million" (1 crore = 10 million).

1 crore = 10 million so 1914.02 crores = 191.402 million.

10 lakh= 1 million therefore 100 lakh= 1 crore= 10 million and 9 crore= 90 million

100 crores is 1 Arab. 1000 crores is 10 arab. 10000 crores - 1 kharab.