The largest ocean in the world is the Pacific which covers about 155 million square miles. The smallest is the Arctic covering 5.4 million square miles.
It is 8 million in both cases.
Neither. There are about 14 million Jews in the world, which is small, but not the smallest.
% difference between 39 million and 22 million
Their difference is 2.58 million.
It is a 22.2222% difference.
By Size: largest is Russia at 17.1 million square km, smallest is Monaco at 2 square km. By Population: largest is China with an estimated 1.347 billion, smallest is Tuvalu and Nauru with an estimated 10,000.
The largest province in Canada is Quebec which is 1.542 million square kilometres. The smallest province in Canada is Prince Edward Island which is 5,660 square kilometres.
There is no difference between "half million" and "half a million." They both mean the same thing, five hundred thousand (500 000)
Largest - Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, AK - 13.2 million Smallest - Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial, PA - 0.02
6.8 billion is 902/3 times as much as 75 million. The difference between them is 6,725 million.
6.3551 - 1.349 = 5.0061 million.
170 million. (60 + 170 = 230)
The difference between one hundred thousand and one million is one in ten, or 0.1.
The Arctic Ocean is the world's smallest ocean with an area of 5,400,000 square miles. The largest ocean is the Pacific with an area of 59 million square miles.
They are the same, 500,000, 500k, or half ofa million.
it is a 7 million temperature difference
No. Manhattan is the smallest borough in land size, but Brooklyn has the largest population (2.5 million residents). However, Manhattan is the most densely populated borough (over 71,000 people per square mile).
No there is no difference. Metric ton is often spelled as tonne.
There aren't any. If you are rounding to the nearest million, any number 500000 and above rounds to one million. 499999 and below round to zero.
There is a significant difference between the number of allied and axis civilian deaths. There were 61 million axis deaths and 11 million allied deaths.
You can ignore the million, and simply compare 62 to 43. 62 is bigger by about 19 (million).