Half of 3 million is 1 and a half million
That is the correct spelling of "half million" (500,000). The terminology for the determiner (adjective) would properly be "a half million" or "one-half million" or more colloquially "half a million." e.g. There were a half million refugees from the flood. More than one-half million residents were without power. As many as half a million cars were affected by the recall.
They are the same, 500,000, 500k, or half ofa million.
Half of one million is 500,000
As a number it is 500,000 = half a million
There is no difference between "half million" and "half a million." They both mean the same thing, five hundred thousand (500 000)
No. 500,000 is half of one million.
Yes, 500,000 is half a million
Well, ten halves of a million is five million. If you're wondering what's half of ten million, then it is also five million. If you're wonder what's a million times half of ten, it is also five million.
As a number it is: 500,000 = half a million
500,000 = half a million
It depends on how pedantic the users are. Most people would use either term to describe 1500000 (1.5 million). But it could be agrued that one and a half million is 1500000 whereas a million and a half is 1000000.5
One half million is 500 thousand.
Half a million is 500,000
how do you wtite four and a half million
There are 500 thousands in half a million.