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7,000,000,000 is 7 billion

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Probably (98)/7 = 43046721/7 = 6149531.57 (approx).


* In those countries that use the long scale (based on powers of a million) like Europe: 7 billion = 7 × (10^6)^2 = 7 × 10^12 = 7,000,000,000,000 * In those countries that use the short scale (based on powers of a thousand plus one) like USA: 7 billion = 7 × (10^3)^(2+1) = 7 × 10^9 = 7,000,000,000 The UK uses the same scale as the US.


write the largest number you can make using each of the digits 7,1,0,2, and 9 just once


The number 7 billion can be written in a number of ways, including:Seven billion.7B7,000,000,0007 x 109


90 + (1 * 8) + (2 * 3) - 7 + 4 + 5 - 6


90 + (1 * 8) + (2 * 3) - 7 + 4 + 5 - 6


the largest five digit number that can be formed using the digits 7 and 9 is 97,000


Depending on exactly how you define "using the digits 7 and 9", it would be 99999, or 99997.


Its 700 Billion or 7*10^8




Pi has over two billion digits but you can use 3.14 or if you need a fraction 22/7



It is: 71,800,000 or as 7.18*10^7 in scientific notation


2-1 + 0*(3+4+5+6+7+8+9) is one possible way.


Possible solutions - using your rules are:- 11,13,17,31,33,37,71,73 &77


if we divide 3 by 7 in calculator, we'll get: 0.42857142857142857142857142857143... We can see, that the group of digits 428571 continues infinitely. So, we can write it down using this way: 3/7=0.(428571)


6 for 3-digits, 6 for 2-digits, 3 for 1-digits, and 15 for all of the combinations



Use the definition of "cubed". 7 billion cubed is the same as 7 billion x 7 billion x 7 billion.


Using the combination C(4,3) I got the answer 24. Its either a combination or a permutation.


10^7 if the repetition of digits is allowed. 9*8*7*6*5*4*3 , if the repetition of digits is not allowed.


34% of 7 billion = 7*34/100 billion = 2.38 billion.




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