Q: How many billion in 2000 million?

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2000 * 100 million = 200 billion.

In the American system, 1000 million is a billion, so it is two billion or 2 billion; in numbers it is 2,000,000,000.

1 billion = 1000 million so 0.1 billion = 100 million

1 billion = 1,000 million 1/2 billion = 500 million

0.45 billion is 450 million.

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25,000 million. Therefore, 1 billion = 1000 million, 2 billion = 2000 million, 3 billion = 3000 million. Get the idea? So, what would 100 billion be in millions?

2000 * 100 million = 200 billion.

In the American system, 1000 million is a billion, so it is two billion or 2 billion; in numbers it is 2,000,000,000.

1 crore = 10 million so 200 crore = 2000 million (= 2 billion).

Much less than a billion. 1 lakh is about $2000, that's 5.5 million dollars or 0.055 billion.

1 billion = 1000 million so 0.1 billion = 100 million

1 billion = 1,000 million 1/2 billion = 500 million

There are 1,400 million in 1.4 billion, since 1,000 million is equal to a billion.

560 billion is 560,000 million each billion equals 1,000 million

0.45 billion is 450 million.

500 million is in 0.5 billion.

11.18 billion = 11,180 million