Yes, 1 billion is the same as one thousand million.
one thousand million=15 billion 1 billion/ 15 billion = 1/15= 0.0666
One billion is one thousand million.
One thousand million equals one billion.
One thousand million of anything is a billion of it.
999 million and one. If you meant adding another million, you get a thousand million - usually called a billion.
1.000.000.000 or one thousand million. This is the American billion. The British billion is one million million or 1.000.000.000.000.
One billion is 1,000,000,000. one thousand is 1,000. Divide 1,000 into 1,000,000,000 and the result is 1,000,000 (one million) therefore there are one million thousands in one billion. Until fairly recently one billion was refered to as one thousand million.
Ten billion dolars is bigger because one thousand million is the same as one billion.
one British billion, or one thousand American billion
No, a billion is one thousand million. There is no short form of one hundred million.
No because a billion is 1,000,000,000 which is a thousand million
A billion is one thousand million in the United States. In the UK, a billion is one million million.
Under the current "short scale" of numeration, a "trillion" is one thousand billion or 1012. (The superceded "long scale" used names that increased by a factor of one million, making the old billion 1012 and the old trillion 1018.) So a trillion = one thousand billion or one million million
No, a billion is one thousand million so 500 million is only half a billion.
In digits: 1,001,001,001 (Using the accepted "short scale" billion, which equals one thousand million.)
International commerce has almost universally adopted the "short scale", in which named numbers increase by a factor of one thousand instead of one million. In the "long scale" terms such as "milliard" and "billiard" were used for the intermediate factors of one thousand. Short scale : one billion = one thousand million (109) Long scale : one billion = one million million (1012)trillion
one thousand million is an "English billion" or 10 billion in American terms
No. One thousand million does.
Yes. One thousand million is 1 billion everywhere.
1,000,000,000,000 or One thousand billion One million million One billion thousand
You could say, "One thousand eighty-three million" (because one billion is one thousand million) or you could say, "One billion eighty-three million".
One billion. One thousand thousands is a million, one million thousands is a billion, one billion thousands is a trillion, and so on.
A billion is one thousand million. 1,000,000,000
1000 thousand's is one million 1000 millions is one billion one million million is one trillion