How much is one billion million?
In one billion thousand. Billion is 10 in 9 degree, a million is 10 in 6 degree.
No wonder the song sings "Million, million, million red roses ..."; - in a billion and in truth many millions. If Pugachva sang all the millions that are in a billion, she would have to repeat the word "million; a thousand times!
Let's first look at these numbers: a million - 1000000; billion - 1000000000. As we see, one billion is different in that in a billion by three more zeros. Accordingly, one billion is a thousand times more than one million.
So one billion is exactly one thousand million.
In general, in a million 6 zeros, and in a billion 9. Hence, a billion from a million is distinguished by 3 zeros. And what is pure with us with 3 zeros? Naturally, one thousand, hence in a billion of all 1000 millions.
Billion, it is written like this: 1 000 000 000. A million is like this: 1 000 000.
It is not difficult to see that a million from a billion is distinguished by three zeros. Therefore, one can say that one billion is one thousand million.
The question is simple and if you think a little and count on it, it's easy to find the answer yourself. A million is a number expressed in unity and six zeros. A billion is a number expressed as a unit and nine zeros. That is, a million is required to be multiplied by a thousand, per unit with three zeros to get a billion. Consequently, there are exactly one thousand million in a billion. The relationship between these numbers is exactly the same as between a unit and a thousand, or between a thousand and a million. Each time there is an increase in the number of ten in the third degree of times.
In a billion - a thousand million.
1 000 000 000 = 1000 * 1 000 000.
Billion money in pictures
Twelve even cubes with pieces of paper (and not simple ones, but with watermarks, holograms, ultraviolet particles and small text), the latter is a little incomplete to the brim.
That's the amount everyone would like to have and not necessarily in cash equivalent, it is possible and on the account
1 000 is one thousand,
1 000 000 is one million,
1 000 000 000 is one billion.
Each new name follows three zeros.
First thousand shares, then after six zeros - million.
And the next billions.
The sequence is clear. Proceeding from this it turns out that in 1 billion - 1000 million.
It is known that a thousand.
If in a million after a unit of 6 zeros, then in a billion - 9.
By the way, a billion is still called a billion (we, in Russia, as well as in France and the US). But not all countries have the value of "billion; and quot; billionsquot; are equal, so, for example, in England and Germany quot; billionsquot; - this is a thousand billion (we have a trillion).
For convenience of perception, hold the sign:
Let's first figure out how many zeros we have in a billion and, respectively, in a million. So, there are only nine zeros in a billion, but in a million there are only six zeros. That is, between the quantities we see a difference of three zeros. Hence the conclusion that in one billion we have one thousand million.
In circulation, each following in 10 times a large unit of the calculus is called a new one:
Units, 10 units - Dozens, dozens dozens are hundreds.
Dozens of walls are already thousands.
And tens of thousands are no longer allocated to a separately used unit of calculus.
But thousands of thousands is a million. 1 000 000.
And the next unit is a billion. 1000 000 000.
1 billion equals 1000 million.
If a million in simple dialect is said to be a figure with six zeros, then a billion is not much less likely to say that this is a number with nine zeros.
And in math is even simpler - the difference from one another in 10 is a third degree.
In one billion exactly one thousand million.
It is considered very simple:
in one billion nine zeros (1 000 000 000), and in one million six zeros (1 000 000), we subtract from nine six and get three (zero, ie 1 000).
A unit with three zeros is one thousand, therefore, one billion one thousand million.
1 000 000 000: 1 000 000 = 1 000
When I was younger, I thought that a billion is a million million, but after growing up and getting some knowledge in mathematics, I was very surprised that I was wrong. In a million 6 zeros, in a billion - 9. So, logically, it turns out that a billion is exactly one thousand million.