Math and Arithmetic

# How do you write 500 billion in digits?

It is: 500,000,000,000 = 500 billion

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6.9 billion as a number would be 6,900,000,000. To write it out without digits it would be six billion and nine hundred million.

1 billion is 1,000,000,000 400 million is 400,000,000 added together is 1,400,000,000

It is 260,408,000,000It is 260,408,000,000It is 260,408,000,000It is 260,408,000,000

It is: 1,700,000,000 or as 1.7*109 in scientific notation

6000000000Thats 6 billion,i think you write it like this:6000000000000sorry, i thought the question was to write 6000 billion. 6000000000 is correct.

A US Billion* has 9 digits following the leading digits (64 being the leading digits in this case.)So 64.1 billion dollars = \$64,100,000,000Notice that if you count the number of digits after 64 there are 9Note*: A billion in some other countries is actually a million million (or having 12 digits after the leading digits.) For finance this magnitude of number does not make sense (it's much too large,) and instead the US Billion is used.

Expressed in figures, this is equal to 940,000,000,000.

500,000,000,000 in words is 'five hundred billion'.

1.5 billion can be written in scientific notation as 1.5x10^9 or it can be written in standard form as1,500,000,000

10 digits: 1,000,000,000 is one billion dollars.

500 billion x 300 billion is 150,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

Expressed in digits, this is equal to 303,000,000,000 or, in the long scale previously used in the UK, 303,000,000,000,000.

In the US:1 billion = 1091 billion billion = 1018That's '1' followed by 18 zeros, for a grand total of 19 digits.But in the UK:1 billion = 10121 billion billion = 1024That's '1' followed by 24 zeros, for a grand total of 25 digits.

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