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1 billion is less than 100 billion.

100 billion minus 1 million is 99 billion 999 million. In standard form it is expressed as: 99,999,000,000

There are more than 100 billion(over 170 billion) galaxies in the universe.

1 trillion is more than 100 billion.

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No. 1 billion is 1,000 million.

1 billion = 1000 million so 0.1 billion = 100 million

100 billion, or 100,000,000,000

250 million into 25 billion is 100

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100 million is not equal to 1 billion

10 million trillion.

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100 billion would be 100,000 million.

If you're using the American meaning of 'billion,' the answer is thirty. 3 billion divided by 100 million is 30.

Yes 100 Million = 1 Billion.

2000 * 100 million = 200 billion.

100 milion is equal to 0.1 billion.

A. Weak versus Healthy Banks Chart 4. The title is "Number of U.S. Banks by Size Category" A bar chart. 4,893 banks or savings institutions have more than $100 million in assets; 3,517 have $100 to $500 million; 859 have $500 million to $5 billion; 150 have $5 to $50 billion; and 22 have more than $50 billion. 4883 3517 859 150 50 ===== 9459 banks with $100 million or more. http://www.fdic.gov/bank/analytical/working/wp2003_07/index.html#fig04 http://url.rexroof.com/21834

100 million of them.

There are approximately 100 billion galaxies in the known Universe.

The universe definitely has more than one black hole. Just in our galaxy alone there's an estimated 100 million of them, and the observable universe has at least 100 billion galaxies.

A billion is 100 times greater than ten million. This is because of the following: Billion=1000000000=9 zeros Ten million=10000000=7 zeros If you take away 7 from 9 in equals 2 zeros. So, 2 zeros equal to 100.

1 billion = 1 million x 1000