Q: What is 10 billion trillion divided by 1 million?

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On the US scale ("short scale") a billion is a thousand million, and a trillion is a thousand bllion. 1 trillion = 10^12 = 1,000,000,000,000 On the European "long scale" a billion is a million million, and a trillion is a million billion. 1 trillion (Europe) = 10^18 = 1,000,000,000,000,000,000

70,000 trillion trillion.

10 billion divided by 10 million is 1,000.

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10 million trillion.

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10 billion trillion trillion = 1033

1,000,000,000,000 = 1 trillion 10,000,000,000 = 1% of 1 trillion (1 trillion divided by 100) = 10 BILLION.

Trillon, no. Trillion, yes.Million 10^6Billion 10^9Trillion 10^12

First assumption that the short scheme (or sometimes referred to as the American system) for large numbers is used. This means that billion is 10^9 (thousand times million) and trillion is 10^12 (million times million, or thousand times million). So now you have 11.6 trillion = 11600 billion, and you can subtract: (11600 - 109.4) billion = 11490.6 billion, or 11.4906 trillion = 1.14906 x 1013.

Neither! It is 10 trillion dollars.

1 Billion/10 = 100 Million.

10 billion trillion trillion (its sorta big) (⌐■_■)

1,000,000,000,000 - 10 to the power 12 - One thousand billion, or a trillion.

One point five trillion. or one and a half trillion. Note the order is.. thousand > ×10³ million >×10⁶ billion > ×10⁹ trillion > x10^12

10 billion trillion.

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