How many 0s are in 5 billion?There are 9 0s in 5 billion. (5,000,000,000).
how many 0s in one billion
There are eight of them.
The UK has officially adopted 109 as the billion
There are 5 0s.
70 billion = 70,000,000,000 = ten 0's
There are Nine zeros in 51,000,000,000.
100,000,000,000 about four
In America 9 zeros
In English-speaking countries a billion is 1,000,000,000, so 9 zeros. However, in many languages, that is a milliard and a billion is one thousand milliards or 1,000,000,000,000 - 12 zeros.
its a 1 with a billion 0s behind it
If by billion you mean an American billion (109), 1,900,000,000. If you mean a British billion (1012), put 3 more 0s on to the end.
Approximately 5.84e+21 miles Or 58,400,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles (19 0s to be exact).
The universe began at t = 0s Which was about 13.7 billion years ago :)
A polynomial can have as many 0s as its order - the power of the highest term.A polynomial can have as many 0s as its order - the power of the highest term.A polynomial can have as many 0s as its order - the power of the highest term.A polynomial can have as many 0s as its order - the power of the highest term.
I'm not sure, but you need to follow the basic: 1-one 10-ten 100-hundred 1000-thousand 10000-10 thousand 100000- 100 thousand 1000000- million 10000000-10 million 100000000- 100 million 1000000000- billion 10000000000- 10 billion 100000000000 100 billion 1000000000000 trillion 12 0s I think..i think that you just need to add 0s.. sorry if I'm wrong I think..or just count cause I may be wrong. Hope that help!!!
Quintrigintillion if it's 121 0s. How many 0s is that? I could have counted wrong.
1,000 1 million = 1,000,000 1 billion = 1,000,000,000 You need 1000 million to get 1 billion. FYI: 1 trillion = 1,000,000,000,000 (12 0s behind the one) if only I even have 10% or just 1% of the first value...
1.5 billion = 1,500,000,000 = 1.5 x 10^91.5 billion=1,500,000,000. here's a tip: a billion has 9 0s behind it and a million has 6 and so on, and also the decimal is where the comma will appear