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If we write out 1.31 billion in numerical form, it is 1,310,000,000 which has seven zeroes.

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0There are nine zeros in a billion.

how many zeros in one billion

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

There are 9 zeros in one billion

1 billion has 9 zeros.

A billion is 1 followed by nine zeros 70 billion thus has 10 zeros 70,000,000,000

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

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

200,000,000,000 11 zeros are in 200 billion.

There's 9 Zeros (000,000,000) in a Billion. 65 Billion=65,000,000,000

(A) means America. (FGW) means France, Germany and the world. (A) Billion 9 zeros (FGW) Billion 12 zeros (A) Trillion 12 zeros (FGW) Trillion 18 zeros

6.6 billion = 6,600,000,000 So there are 8 zeros

9 zeros are in 1,000,000,000/ a billion.

A hundred billion is 100,000,000,000 thus there are 11 zeros in it

1,000,000,000. 9 zeros

Since ten billion is written as 10,000,000,000. There are 10 zeros.

There are 9 zeros in a billion.

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

1,000,000,000 so 9 zeros

5,700,000,000 Eight zeros.

There are one billion zeros in a myriand

13,000,000,000 has nine zeros

There are 9 zeros in a billion which is 1,000,000,000 or as 1.0*109 in scientific notation

Ten billion is written as 1 followed by 10 zeros; 10,000,000,000

Including the 0 in 507, there are ten zeros in 507 billion (507,000,000,000)

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