1 Billion is equal to 1000 Millions 1 Million is equal to 0.001 Billion Hence, there are 0.001 Billions in a Million. 10 Millions = 0.01 Billions 500 Millions = 0.5 Billions 1250 Millions = 1.25 Billions Read More...
A quadrillion is equal to 10^15 This is equal to 1 million billions.
1000 million = 1 billion so 10 million = 10/1000 = 0.01 billion. Simple!
One hundred million in ONE billion. In billions, depends on how many billions.
1000 billions equal a trillion but in the olden days it was a billion billions that equal a trillion.
101 million = 0.101 billion.
1,000 billions are needed to equal a trillion.
none. a million is less than a billion
805 million equals 0.805 billion.
A thousand million is a billion so the answer is 18.
1,000 billions is equal to a trillion.
1 million equals 1/1000th of a billion.
A million thousands.
It is 4 billion = 4,000,000,000
The order goes like this: One - Thousand - Million - Billion - Trillion - Quadrillion - Quintillion - Sextillion - Septillion - Octillion - Nonillion - Decillion - Undecillion - Duodecillion - Tredecillion - Quattuordecillion - Quindecillion - Sexdecillion - Septendecillion - Octodecillion - Novemdecillion - Vigintillion (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) Each is a factor of 1000 higher, i.e. a Thousand is a thousand ones, a million is a thousand thousands, a billion is a thousand millions, and a trillion is a thousand billions, etc. This is not true if you are British. There is also a centillion which is 1 with 303 zeros at the end.
Million's billions of fruit's I can tell.
1000 million = 1 billion so 60 million = 60/1000 = 0.06 billion.
2 ten billions equals 20 billion. Divide by 100 gives 200 million.
A million is equal to exactly one million, no more nor less.