How to Write 1 Billion in Numbers?

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One billion written in numbers is 1,000,000,000. You figure out how many zeros there should be by counting. Starting from the right, the first three zeros are the hundreds, the next three are the thousands, and the last three are the millions. A one in front of all those zeros equals one billion.
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