A million is a thousand times a thousand, so the answer is 1 thousand.
It is a thousand times greater because a million as a number is 1,000,000
One million is one thousand times larger than one thousand.
There are a thousand because 1,000 times 1,000 = 1,000,000 which is one million
One thousand (1,000) will go into one million (1,000,000) exactly one thousand (1,000) times.
A thousand times as many
A thousand... times a thousand... one million.
one million, 1,000,000 divided by one thousand, 1,000 will give you 1,000. That means that there are one thousand thousands in one million.
A million times.
what is the decimal form for one thousand times one thousand
there are a thousand thousands in a million
One billion is one thousand times larger than one million.
A thousand thousand million has 12 zeroes.
Since the question is how many 'times' the answer is: Ten times and not 900,000! As per the decimal system, One hundred thousand = 100,000 One million = 100,000 x 10 = 10,00,000
9 million/10 = 9 hundred thousand.
A billion is one-million times one-thousand
1000000 ÷ 40000 = 25
One hundred thousand.