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- In countries that use the long scale (based on powers of a million) as used in Europe - one million:

⇒ 1 billion ÷ 1 million = 1012 ÷ 106

= 106

- In countries that use the short scale (based on powers of a thousand) as used in USA - one thousand:

⇒ 1 billion ÷ 1 million = 109 ÷ 106

= 103

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One million is 1,000,000 [one thousand thousand] in USA but in Britain it is one million million. However these days the British often also use the American number

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Even the British are not that stupid! To have a million millions in one million? Oh, my head hurts just thinking about that.

Also, I like "these days". The British formally adopted the short scale way back in the middle 1960s - around half a century ago. How old is the person who gave the first answer?

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