The figure 1 billion dollars is typically abbreviated as $1B. When written out in long form, 1 billion dollars is $1,000,000,000, which is equal to 1,000 million dollars.Know More
A billion is defined as "a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 9 zeros, and in Great Britain 1 followed by 12 zeros." Since billion represents a different amount in the U.S. and Britain, the $1B abbreviation is used in the U.S. more often than in the U.K.
Additional abbreviations for the figure of 1 billion dollars include $1BN and $1bill. These can also be written as "one bill. dollars" or "one bn. dollars."Learn more in Currency & Conversions
The original value of the livre was one pound of silver, which on September 19, 2014 was worth approximately $263.08. When the livre was replaced with the franc, its value was approximately 0.9877 of a franc, which, based on the fixed franc-to-euro rate, is currently worth approximately $0.19.Full Answer >
For the greatest accuracy, an online currency converter with up-to-date exchange rate information should be used to convert British pounds to U.S. dollars. On Oct. 20, 2014, the exchange rate was 1.6138 U.S. dollars to one British pound.Full Answer >
The weight of $1 billion depends on the denominations that were used. If the currency were strictly in $100 bills, $1 billion would weigh roughly 10 tons. If one is using $1 bills, $1 billion would weigh 1,000 tons, which is equal to 2 million pounds.Full Answer >
It would take 20 million nickels to make $1 million. A United States nickel is worth five cents, so $1 is the equivalent of 20 nickels.Full Answer >