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Q: 10 million means how many lacks?

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1 million = 10 lacks

10 lakhs...

10 lakhs

1 million equals to 10 lacks which is one tenth of a crores (10 million).

A lac is 100 thousand, a million is 1000 thousand so 10 lacs in 1 million.

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1 million = 10 Lacs. 10 million = 10*10 lacs = 1 Crore

10 crore = 100 million

10 lakhs.

1 million = 10 lakhs so 320 million = 3200 lacks.

Actually the million means 10,00,000 [10 lacks] it will change according to the dollar rate. Example if Justin Bieber earns $50 million then his income in Indian rupees is 50*10,00,000=50,000,000

1 million = 10 lacs

10 Megawatts means 10 million watts

Mega- means million or 10^6

ten million

About 10 million.

if 1 million dollar is 10 lakhs than 500 millions will be 50 crore in rupees.

"Trillion" (with an "r") means a million million (in most English-speaking countries), or a million million million (in many other countries). "Tillion", on the other hand, is not used as a name for a number.

10 million = 1 crore so 60 m = 6 crores

1 million = 10^6 → 10 million = 10 × 10^6 = 10^7 → there are seven 0s in 10 million.

10^-10 basically means that an atom is 10 billionth of a metre. This means that 10 billion atoms can fit across in a line in 1 metre. A millimetre is a 1000th of a metre so 10 billion divided by 1000 equals 10 million. 10 million atoms fit in a straight line along a millimetre. However, you want 0.1mm. To get 0.1mm you have you divide 1mm by 10. You do the same to the atom number so 10 million divided by 10 equals 1 million. Answer: 1 million atoms

10 sextillion would be 10,000 million million million.

10 million

It is 10 million, to the nearest million, or 10.3565 million.

10 lakhs = 1 million.