Q:# What does a million look like in numbers?

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**A million in numbers is 1,000,000.** A million is also written as M or 106. Some writing style guides include rules that call for a million to be written as 1 million.

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One million in dollars is written as either $1 million or $1,000,000. Multiples of millions are written most commonly as 10,000,000 in numbers or 10 million. One million is the equivalent of 1,000 multiplied by 1,000. It is called a cardinal number as opposed to an ordinal number. A cardinal number designates a amount or quantity while an ordinal number designates a position or placement, like first or second.

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## How many zeros does the number 1 million have?

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Full Answer >**The number "one million" has six zeros after a one and before the decimal point.**It is written out like this: "1,000,000." This is true in both the short-scale and long-scale naming systems.Filed Under: - Q:
## Are negative numbers real numbers?

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Full Answer >**Negative numbers are real numbers.**The set of real numbers includes all the numbers that can be shown on a number line including both positive and negative numbers.Filed Under: - Q:
## What are alphanumeric numbers?

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Full Answer >**Alphanumeric, also called alphameric, is the set of letters of the alphabet and numeric characters from 0 through 9.**It is a term used to describe any subset formed from this collection of symbols. Alphanumeric is also regarded as the combination of Latin letters and Arabic digits.Filed Under: - Q:
## What are relatively prime numbers?

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Full Answer >**Two numbers are relatively prime if they have no common divisors other than 1 or -1.**It is not possible to divide both numbers by a common value to produce a whole number.Filed Under: