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six. The million is the same, the billion is different, 12 zeros in Europe. The US billion with 9 zeros is the European milliard.

in Europe, a billion is a million million = 10^12 (one with 12 zeros). in the U.S. a billion is a thousand million = 10^9 (one with 9 zeros).

In the U.S., a billion is a thousand million, so Nine zeros.

nine because there are six zeros in a million.

A thousand million

In English speaking countries there are 9 zeros in three billion.3,000,000,000In other countries there may be 12 zeros in three billion.3,000,000,000,000In England, an English speaking country, a billion = one million, million (12 zeros).6 zeros is a million, 7 zeros is ten million, 8 zeros is a hundred million,9 zeros is a thousand million, 10 zeros is ten thousand million,11 zeros is a hundred thousand million. 12 zeros is a million million = a BILLION.In North American usage a billion = a thousand, million. (9 zeros).Nine, if you write it as 3,000,000,000 .Two, if you write it as 3.0 x 109 .

1 million = 1,000,000 = 10^6, hence six zeros 1 billion = 1,000,000,000 = 10^9, hence 9 zeros

15 zeroes: 1,000,000,000,000,000

one billion is 1000 million ( 1000,000,000) 50 billion is 50,000,000,000. 10 zeros

One billion is 1000 million which is 1,000,000,000 although you can have one-hundred million which contains 8 zeros, 100,000,000.

There are nine zeros in a billion.

15 zeroes: 1,000,000,000,000,000

A billion is 100 times greater than ten million. This is because of the following: Billion=1000000000=9 zeros Ten million=10000000=7 zeros If you take away 7 from 9 in equals 2 zeros. So, 2 zeros equal to 100.

The prefix bi- means 2. Similarly, the prefix tri- means 3. Originally, the billion was defined as a one followed by 12 zeros - twice as many as the million; while the trillion had three times as many zeros than the million. Somehow, the meaning changed over time, especially in English-speaking countries (to a one with 9 zeros for a billion, and a one with 12 zeros for a trillion).

No. A million is 1/1000th a billion. So it takes 1000 millions to make a billion. 1 million = 1,000,000 (6 zeros) 1 billion/milliard = 1,000,000,000 (9 zeros) 1 trillion is 1,000,000,000,000 (12 zeros)

A billion has 9 zeros so ten (or fifty) billion has 10 zeros.

Confusingly there are two types of billion. Long and short. In Britain, a billion used to be a million million 1012 whilst in the US a billion was a thousand million 109. (Probably so there could be more billionaires). Since globalisation, the short form has become the standard, so there are 9 zeros in a billion.

how many zeros in one billion

There are 9 zeros in one billion

1 billion has 9 zeros.

There are 9 zeros in 16,000,000,000 which is 16 billion

There are 8 zeros in 22.5 billion, which is 22,500,000,000

27 zeroes. Here it is: 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

In the UK there are million = 6 zeros trillion = 9 zeros billion = 12 zeros and 2 zeros in 9 hundred so 12 + 2 = 14

Simply add three zeros (1000,000,000). Nowadays the American version of a Billion, which is 1000 Million, has become the universally accepted standard. Previously in England and many other countries a Billion was considered to be a Million times a Million (1000,000,000,000).