(306,000,000 / 6,800,000,000) x 100 = 4.5 percent.
Writing a number in standard form simply means to express the number in its 'normal' form. Therefore, the way you wrote the number is the standard form for your example.
At present the countries having the biggest populations are: 1) China with 1.3 billion people 2) India with 1.1 billion people 3) USA with 306 million people At present the countries having the biggest populations are: 1) China with 1.3 billion people 2) India with 1.1 billion people 3) USA with 306 million people
There are 10 including 0 in 306
9 700 045 306
306 million or 306 times ten to the power of 6
Three hundred six million, three hundred twenty
China, India, the United States, Indonesia and Brazil are the world's five most populated countries. As of 2009 the figures are roughly as follows: China : about 1.34 billion India : about 1.17 billion US : about 306 million Indonesia : about 240 million Brazil : about 190 million
about 306 million people
It is: 204/306 = 2/3 simplified
Approximately 306 million people.
252=2x2x3x3x7. 306=2x3x3x17. They both share 2x3x3=18. Divide both numbers by 18. Now, in simplest form, 252/306=14/17.
The US, with a population of 306 million to 198 million for Brazil.
Try looking on eBay for peugeot head lights or angel eyes for the 306. There are also complete, standard replacements there.
There are not billions of people in the US but it is still the 3rd most populated country in the world. The population of the US is about 306 million as of 2009. China and India each have more than 1 billion people.
There are about 260 Million cell phone in use in the United States, with a total population of 306 Million that is about 85%
$245 to $306 million
three hundred six
One can find a copy of OF 306 online from the OPM website. There one can download the Optical Form in the PDF form and fill it out by hand before sending it in.
Reese's, at $509 MILLION USD; followed by M&Ms, $500 MILLION USD; then Snickers, $465 MILLION USD; then Hershey's, $324 MILLION USD, then Kit Kat, $306 MILLION USD. Doing the simple math puts that over $2 BILLION USD. According to the National Confectioner's Association, 72% of all candy-spending for Halloween this year will be on chocolate.