Q: What do you subtract from six billion to get 1 million?

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1,690,000,000one billion, six hundred ninety million

Billion and Million relation is as follows: 1 Billion = 1000 Million It means 1 Million = 1/1000 Billion

A million is a 1 followed by six zeroes. A billion is usually understood (in English) to refer to a 1, followed by 9 zeroes.

1% of 67,000,000,000 = 670,000,000 (six hundred and seventy-two million).

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

1 billion = 1,000 million 1/2 billion = 500 million

a billion is actually 1,000 million 1,000,000 = 1 million 1,000,000,000 = 1 billion A billion is much larger than a million

no. 6 billion is 1 million times greater than 6 thousand.

1 billion is equal to 1000 million in the United States. In the UK, 1 billion is equal to 1 million million.

1 million = 0.001 billion

No. 1 billion is 1,000 million.

1 billion = 1000000000 1 million = 1000000 So a million billion is 1000000000000000

1/6 x (4.6 billion) = (1/6 x 4.6) billion = 7662/3 million

No.Depending upon where you are:1 billion = 1 million million = 1,000,000 million (using the long scale); or1 billion = 1 thousand million = 1,000 million (using the short scale).

6,000,000,000 = 6 billion (US) = 1000 millions 6,000,000,000,000 = 6 billion (UK traditional) = 1 million millions

A billion is 1,000 million

1 million = 1,000,000 1 billion = 1,000,000,000 1 million * 1000 = 1 billion So 1000 millions = 1 billion

one thousand million=15 billion 1 billion/ 15 billion = 1/15= 0.0666

1 octillion 1 billion billion billion

a million million= one billion 1000,0002=one billion

1 percent of 40 billion = 400 million 1% of 40 billion= 1% * 40 billion= 0.01 * 40 billion= 400 million

i think 10 or 1001 billion is 1,000 million1 million is 1/1000th of a billion

Yes 100 Million = 1 Billion.

No, 1,000 million is equal to 1 billion.