One thousand millions equal one billion. According to Oxford Dictionaries, this equivalence has always been true in American English, but British English used to equate one million millions with one billion.Know More
Sometimes, the British press uses "one thousand million" as an alternative way to indicate one billion. This alternative term is helpful to speakers of other languages, such as Spanish, for whom the term "billion" actually refers to one million million, not one thousand million. "Milliard" is also a British term for one thousand million, although it has been gradually phased out among the British scientific community.
In the United States, one billion is the general standard for representing one thousand million.Learn more about Numbers
One billion in numerals is written as 1,000,000,000. To write one billion in numerals, you will need ten figures before the decimal point. For example, seven billion translates to 7,000,000,000.Full Answer >
One lakh, equivalent to 100,000 rupees, is equal to $1643.65 U.S. dollars, as of Sept. 12, 2014. The lakh is a Hindi term used throughout southern Asia to describe 100,000 of something, but it commonly refers specifically to large sums of rupees, the currency of India.Full Answer >
Nine millimeters is equal to 0.3543 inches. This result is due to the conversion factor for one millimeter being 0.0394 inches. Both figures were rounded to the fourth decimal space.Full Answer >
One hundred million is written with eight zeros. Since one million is written with six, adding the two more zeros for 100 makes a total of eight for 100 million.Full Answer >