Q: What is .10 percent of 1 billion dollars?

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10% of 1,000,000,000 dollars is 100 million dollars or 100,000,000

500,00 dollars

1 percent of 2.4 billion dollars = 240000001% of 2400000000= 1% * 2400000000= 0.01 * 2400000000= 24000000

300 billion

percent is out of 100 so 10%= 10/100 or 1/10 so multiply 100dollars by 1/10 and you get 10 dollars

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1 billion = 10^9 1% of a billion is 10^7 1% of 41 billion is 41X10^7 = 410,000,000 = 410 million

10% = 0.1 So 10% * 10 dollars = 0.1*10 dollars = 1 dollar.

1 million is 1000000 1 billion is 1000 million = 1000000000 = 10 to power 9 If you spend $1000 (10 to power 3) a day, a billion dollars will last you (10 to power 9) / (10 to power 3) = (10 to power 6) = 1000000 days. If you consider on an average that a year has 365 days then 1 billion dollars will last you (1000000/365) = 2739.7 years

2% of 1 billion = 1 billion * 2/100 = 20 million dollars.

1208/100=12.08 =1%; 10 %=120.8

1 percent of 10.000 dollars is 100 dollars.

1 billion dollars

$1,000 = 100% $100 = 10% $10 = 1% $10.90 = 1.09$ Ten dollars nine cents

15% of 1 trillion dollars= 15% x $1000000000000= 15%/100% x $1000000000000= 0.15 x $1000000000000= $150000000000 or $150 billion

6 billion To get 1%, just divide by 100.

20 billion. (2 x 1010 )1 billion dollars = 100 billion cents100 billion cents/5 cents(nickel) = 20 billion nickels*On the US short scale, a billion is a thousand million or 1 x 109.

A million thousand dollars is $1,000,000,000.00 (1 billion dollars).