One hundred million in ONE billion. In billions, depends on how many billions.
Tens of billions.
In the US system, the next place to the left has a value of one billion to under ten billion, or units of billions. Then there is tens of billions, and hundreds of billions.
Most galaxies have tens of billions to hundreds of billions of stars. Our own galaxies has an estimated 200 billion stars.
Figure 1000 billions make a trillion. So if you count by tens, it's only 100 of the 10billions that make a trillion.
Seeing that not all animals on Earth have been discovered yet, it is impossible to give a true answer, but there are certainly tens of billions, probably hundreds of billions.
We have only one sun, and our sun won't burn out until tens of billions of years.
Tens of billions. Although, as asked, the number could have been 1,020,304,050,607,080,900.
About 13.77 billions years ago. Give or take a few tens of millions of years.
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Its in the tens place. The numbers go up from the last one. The 6 is in the ones place, the 5 in the tens, the 3 in the hundreds, then it goes up to thousands, millions, billions, trillions, and so on.
It's worth a dollar. Tens of billions of them were printed and you should still find a lot of them in circulation.
Estimates vary. Several tens of billions at the most conservative. We do not have the technology at present for a manned mission to Mars.
Depending on the direction observed, the visible universe is tens of billions of light-years in radius. Just the observed part appears to contain billions of galaxies. But the images we see of some distant stars are the light that left them before the Earth existed.The only universe we know is many billions of light years in circumference.
Depends what you refer as "olden days". Earth is billions of years old and the human race is tens of thousands of years old.
Hurricanes can cause the most damage overall. Quite a few hurricanes have caused damage in the billions of dollars, and some have cot tens of billions. By contrast, only a handful of tornadoes have cost more than $1 billion.
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Yes. There are about 5,000 stars visible to the naked eye. Beyond that, our galaxy contains an estimated 200 - 400 billion stars. Beyond even that, the observable universe contains billions of galaxies, each with tens to hundreds of billions of stars.
Google no longer displays this figure automatically on its homepage, but it is currently of the order of 10e10 (tens of billions). Official Google Blog: "1 Trillion".
6*10 billin = 60,000,000,000 48 hundred = 4,800 35 tens = 350 So the number is 60,000,005,150.
A tenth of 7 billion is seven hundred million. (In the US system) But in the European system, a billion is 1012, so there are 7 X 1011 tens in a European 7 billion. However, most Europeans use the new terminology for a billion.
17 tens = (10 + 7) tens = 10 tens + 7 tens = 1 hundred + 7 tens.
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