Q: What is a billion as a fraction?

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10% of 60 billion= 10% * 60 billion= 0.1 * 60 billion= 6 billion

12.7 billion rounded to the nearest 10 billion would be 13 billion.

1.8 billion.

Easily 3.5 billion minutes!

1 percent of 40 billion = 400 million 1% of 40 billion= 1% * 40 billion= 0.01 * 40 billion= 400 million

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It is 7/339, which cannot be simplified.

No. It is a small fraction of one billion. 33/100,000 or 0.00033

around a 33% is Christian out of the whole world.

Pi has over two billion digits but you can use 3.14 or if you need a fraction 22/7

It can be written accurately and completely as a fraction, but not as a decimal.2/3 of 1 billion = (2/3) x (1,000,000,000) = (2,000,000,000 / 3) = 666,666,666.666 (rounded, repeating)

Interesting. It can only be written accurately as a fraction, not as a decimal.2/3 of 1 billion = (2/3) x (1,000,000,000) = (2,000,000,000 / 3) = 666,666,666.666 (rounded, repeating)

To convert a fraction to a percentage, multiply by 100%: 4.5 bn/7bn = 4.5/7 = 4.5/7 × 100% = 450/7 % = 64 2/7 % ≈ 64.29 %

In the United States and some countries: 1 billion = 1000 million, so it would be 1/1000 In some countries 1 billion = (1 million) x (1 million), so it would 1/1000000 for those countries.

24 000 000/ 1 000 000 000 = 24/1000 = 3/125

1 Any integer or fraction raised to the power of nought is always 1 Thus: 1 000 000 0000*1 000 000 0000 = 1*1 = 1

Pick one: it can be anything as long as the bottom number is 100. It could be 27, 92, or 88 billion. Also known as a percent

Approximately : land plants have been around for a half a billion years. The Earth for 4.5 billion years. So your answer is one ninth.