6 zeros are IN a million (1,000,000) but if you're asking how many zeros make up a million then there are millions and millions and billions and googleplexs and infinities.
There are 5 zeros in 1.5 million. The easiest way to find this answer is to write it out then count the zeros. Since 1 million has six zeros, you will need to move the decimal point six places to the right, which would give you 1,500,000. As you can see, there are five zeros.
A million will always have six zeros, so you would simply need to add six zeros to 14 to make 14 million, which would be 14,000,000.
There are six zeros in a million, so you would just need to add six zeros to 15 to get 15,000,000. You can also move the decimal point over six places to the right to get the same answer.
A core need not have any zeros.
all you need to remember is that 1 million has 6 zeros (1,000,000) So 12.5 million is 12,500,000
Umm, you need one million meters to make one million meters.
You just did. Unless you need the numeral figure like this: $1,000,000. One million has 6 zeros.
250,000,000. 1 million has six zeros in it, so to write out 250 million you would simply need to either add six zeros to the end or move the decimal point over six places to the right to get an answer of 250,000,000.
50,000 20 dollar bills to make a million dollars