How Many Zeros Does a Billion Have?

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A billion has nine zeroes, for example 1,000,000,000. In comparison a million has 6, a trillion has 12, a quadrillion has 15 and a quintillion has 18. As you can probably tell it goes up by 3 zeroes each time.
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You can't divide a number by zero, so one can't answer the question how many zero into a billion. BUT if you meant how many zeros are in 1,000,000,000,000, that would be twelve. Count
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A billion has nine zeros as used in the United States. In traditional British usage and in much of the rest of the world, it has 12 zeros. In the 'short scale', which is used predominantly
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If you're American it's 9, if you're European it's 12. Originally a billion was a million million, but it's easier to say billion than thousand million. Thus trillion is used to describe
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You can't divide a number by zero, so one can't answer the question how many zero into a billion. BUT if you meant how many zeros are in 1,000,000,000,000, that ...
In British English, a billion used to be equivalent to a million million (i.e. 1,000,000,000,000). Therefore there are 12 zeros in an English billion. ...
To write the numeric form of one billion you would need to include nine zeros after the one 1,000,000,000. Adding twelve zeros would make one trillion. ...
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