No, 1000 is called one grand, not a grant.
1% is 10,000 parts per million.
1 part in 100 = 10 parts in 1000, so yes
A 1000 Quadrillion is called Quintillion. And a 1000 Quintillion is Sextiliion, 1000 Sextillion is called Septillion, 1000 Septillion is called Octillion, 1000 Octillion is Nonillion, 1000 Nonillion is Decillion, 1000 Decillion is UnDecillion, 1000 UnDecillion is Duodecillion, 1000 DuoDecillion is TreDecillion. Hope No one goes beyond that. Eng'r Mumtaz Alam.
This is a false statement because a meter is divided into 100 equal parts called centimeters and not millimeters. However, a meter can be divided into 1000 equal parts and these are called millimeters.
Any one of four equal parts is called a quarter.
A one thousand sided regular polygon is called a chiliagon.chiliagon (a polygon with 1000 sides)
There are a lot of parts on a computer..... which one?
Similar to percentage; except that you use a factor of 1000 instead of a factor of 100: Divide one number by another, and multiply the result by 1000 to get "parts per thousand".
The one with the fewest parts. If two machines do the same job, one has 100 parts, the other 1000, The one with 100 parts is more efficient over time because it has fewer parts to break or to replace. It would take less time to repair a 100 piece machine than a 1000 piece one and time determines efficiency. It's like asking the question, which puzzle is more efficient, a 100 piece one or a 1000 piece one. Also, machines with less parts should be more responsive. The more linkages you have, for instance, the more motion loss you will have.
1 meter divided into 1000 equal parts = 0.001
103= 1000 or "One Thousand." ■