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# How many zeros are there in one billion?

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**The numeral one billion has nine zeros.** This number is equal to one thousand million. In scientific notation, one billion is written as 1x10 to the ninth power.

When trying to get a feel for a number this large, it is helpful to put it in everyday terms. For example, to save $1 billion, a thrifty saver would have to deposit $100 in the bank each day for over 27,000 years. If a person wanted to count to one billion and could spit out numbers at the rate of three per second, it would still take over 95 years to finish.

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## How many zeros are in one trillion?

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Full Answer >**There are 12 zeros after the one in one trillion.**One trillion is equal to one thousand billion, which is the same as one thousand thousand million.Filed Under: -
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## How many zeros are in one million?

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Full Answer >**There are six zeros in one million.**This figure does not include decimal points.Filed Under: -
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## How many zeros are in 1 quadrillion?

A:There are 15 zeros following the one in 1 quadrillion. There are three zeros per every thousand and six zeros per every million. A quadrillion is a thousand trillion, which means it has three zeros for the thousand plus 12 zeros for the trillion for a total of 15.

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## How many zeros are in one hundred million?

A: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.

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