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1.5 million divided by 10 thousand is 150

Q: What is 1.5 million divided by 10 thousand?

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one thousand million=15 billion 1 billion/ 15 billion = 1/15= 0.0666

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British: 10= ten (1) 100= hundred (2) 1000= thousand (3) 10,000= ten thousand (4) 100,000= hundred thousand (5) 1,000,000= million (6) 10,000,000= ten million (7) 100,000,000= hundred million (8) 1,000,000,000= thousand million (9) 10,000,000,000= ten thousand million (10) 100,000,000,000= hundred thousand million (11) 10,00,000,000,000= billion (12) 10,000,000,000,000= ten billion (13) 100,000,000,000,000= hundred billion (14) 1,000,000,000,000,000= thousand billion (15) So that's only A THOUSAND BILLION BTW I'm an astronomer and 1 light year is 9,460,528,400,000 km (you can just say 10 billion km) If you wanna thank me then send an e-mail to dewinsmananton@hotmail.co.uk [[ If you want the american way, this is it: 10= ten (1) 100= hundred (2) 1000= thousand (3) 10,000= ten thousand (4) 100,000= hundred thousand (5) 1,000,000= million (6) 10,000,000= ten million (7) 100,000,000= hundred million (8) 1,000,000,000= billion (9)10,000,000,000= ten billion (10) 100,000,000,000= hundred billion (11) 10,00,000,000,000= trillion (12) 10,000,000,000,000= ten trillion (13) 100,000,000,000,000= hundred trillion (14) 1,000,000,000,000,000= quadrillion (15) ]]

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Yes.Proof:1 thousand = 10^31 billion = 10^915 thousand million = 15 x 10^3 x 10^6 = 15 x 10^9 (hint add the exponents)15 billion = 15 x 10^915 x 10^9 = 15 x 10^9 = True!!==========Orginal Answer:Yes, 15 billion is equal to 15 thousand million.15 billion = 1500000000015 thousand million = 15000000000thus 15 billion is equal to 15 thousand million

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A million is universally 1 x 10^6, and a thousand is 1 x 10^3,so a thousand million million is 1 x 10^15 or 1,000,000,000,000,000.In the "short scale" used by the US, this is a thousand trillion or a "quadrillion."In the "long scale," where a billion is a million million, this is simply one thousand billion.

I do not think anybody says it like that. A thousand million would be 10^9 or a Billion (short scale) and a Milliard (long scale). So depending on where you live, it would be equivalent to 15 Billion, or 15 Milliard, or you could convert to scientific notation: 15 x 10^9 would become 1.5 x 10^10.

233.3333

66,666.67

one thousand million=15 billion 1 billion/ 15 billion = 1/15= 0.0666

15 million 200 thousand. 15,200,000

15,018,000.

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British: 10= ten (1) 100= hundred (2) 1000= thousand (3) 10,000= ten thousand (4) 100,000= hundred thousand (5) 1,000,000= million (6) 10,000,000= ten million (7) 100,000,000= hundred million (8) 1,000,000,000= thousand million (9) 10,000,000,000= ten thousand million (10) 100,000,000,000= hundred thousand million (11) 10,00,000,000,000= billion (12) 10,000,000,000,000= ten billion (13) 100,000,000,000,000= hundred billion (14) 1,000,000,000,000,000= thousand billion (15) So that's only A THOUSAND BILLION BTW I'm an astronomer and 1 light year is 9,460,528,400,000 km (you can just say 10 billion km) If you wanna thank me then send an e-mail to dewinsmananton@hotmail.co.uk [[ If you want the american way, this is it: 10= ten (1) 100= hundred (2) 1000= thousand (3) 10,000= ten thousand (4) 100,000= hundred thousand (5) 1,000,000= million (6) 10,000,000= ten million (7) 100,000,000= hundred million (8) 1,000,000,000= billion (9)10,000,000,000= ten billion (10) 100,000,000,000= hundred billion (11) 10,00,000,000,000= trillion (12) 10,000,000,000,000= ten trillion (13) 100,000,000,000,000= hundred trillion (14) 1,000,000,000,000,000= quadrillion (15) ]]