Q: 10 billion 1 trilion

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1000 million = 1 billion so 10 million = 10/1000 = 0.01 billion. Simple!

Because of the uniqueness of numbers, 1 trillion is equal to exactly 1 trillion: not more nor less.

1 billion is equal to exactly 1 billion, not more nor less.

It is equal to 1 billion, not more nor less.

1000 billion = 1 trillion.

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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

9 Digits is 1 Billion and 10 digits is 10 billion

try it your self 7 trillion inces do the MATH OR TRY IT YOUR SELF i pencil is 7in so 1 trilion x 7=7 trilion

10 x (100 billion) = 1,000 billion = 1 trillion

They'd have 40 000 000 000 000 USD = 40 trilion in anglo-saxon scale (short scale) or 40 billion in long scale used im most European countries, not sure about others(thousand>milion>miliard>bilion>biliard>trilion)

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Assuming you mean billion*billion*billion = It is 1*10^27.

1 percent of 1 billion = 10 million