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Q: How many hundred thousands are in 1 billion?

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It depends which version of billion you use. 1) Most common: 1 billion is 1,000,000,000. That is 1,000,000 thousands, and 100,000 ten thousands. The answer would be one hundred thousand. 2) contemporary English: 1 billion is 1,000,000,000,000. That is 1,000,000,000 thousands, and 100,000,000 ten thousands. The answer would be one hundred million.

There are 10 hundred-thousands in a million.

1 billion thousands.

There are 8 hundred thousands and 7 thousands, so 1 more.

One billion is a million thousands which is 10 lakh thousands.

1 trillion = 1 billion thousands or 1 thousand billions.

1

1000 (1000000) or 1 million thousands. 1 million x 1000 equals 1 billion

1 billion contains one million thousands.

100,000 of them.

WHAT IS 1% of a hundred billion? how much do i need at 1% to gain 1 billion intrest?

10

If you are using the american system (1,000 thousands in 1 million) then there is 100,000 (one hundred thousand) lots of ten thousand in 1 billion.

100 thousand

If a hundred million is 100,000,000, and 1 billion is 1,000,000,000, then the answer is 10.

only 1

Once you have 10 one hundred million's you will have reached 1 billion.

1000 thousands = 1 million 1000 million = 1 billion 1000 billion = 1 trillion This is what I assume to be correct. But then again does it really matter how many billion are there in a trillion.

100,000 ten-thousands to equal 1 billion.

In the US ("short scale"), there are 1 million thousands in a billion (1 x 109).* In the European system, a billion is 1 x 1012, so there are "1 milliard thousands" in a billion. This is called the "long scale" where number names increase by millions rather than thousands.(see the related link)

1 billion giga eV = 1 exa eV so the answer is 100.

1,000,000 / 100,000 = 10

half of 1 billion is five hundred million. 1 billion halfs would be five hundred million. n / 2 = 1 billion, n = 2 billion

.00001 The 1 is in the hundred thousands place.

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