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How many millions in a billion? Billions in a Trillion?

How many millions in a billion? Billions in a Trillion?

how many millions in a billion

Have you ever daydreamed about winning the lottery and asked yourself, “How many millions are in a billion? How many billions are in a trillion?”
Whether you’re planning on coming in to a substantial fortune or just looking to master your ability to count zeroes, this article will explain the million to billion difference and give you charts to help you easily calculate .

How Many Millions in a Billion: Quick Answer

If you’re looking to go from million to billion, you’ll need to multiply by 1,000. In other words, there are 1,000 millions in a billion.

1,000,000 * 1,000 = 1,000,000,000

There are six zeroes in a million (or two groups of three zeroes). There are nine zeroes in a billion (or three groups of three zeroes).

How Many Billions in a Trillion: Quick Answer

Just as there are 1,000 millions in a billion, there are 1,000 billions in a trillion.

1,000,000,000 * 1,000 = 1,000,000,000,000

That’s a lot of zeroes! There are nine zeroes in a billion (or three groups of three zeroes). There are 12 zeroes in a trillion (or four groups of three zeroes).

 How Many Millions in a Billion: Charts for Reference

These charts depict the degree of difference from one thousand to one million, one million to billion, one billion to trillion, and so on.

 Thousand

Million

Billion

Trillion

Quadrillion

Quintillion

Thousand

1

103

106

109

1012

1015

Million

10−3

1

103

106

109

1012

Billion

10−6

10−3

1

103

106

109

Trillion

10−9

10−6

10−3

1

103

106

Quadrillion

10−12

10−9

10−6

10−3

1

103

Quintillion

10−15

10−12

10−9

10−6

10−3

1

Sextillion

10−18

10−15

10−12

10−9

10−6

10−3

Septillion

10−21

10−18

10−15

10−12

10−9

10−6

Octillion

10−24

10−21

10−18

10−15

10−12

10−9

Nonillion

10−27

10−24

10−21

10−18

10−15

10−12

Decillion

10−30

10−27

10−24

10−21

10−18

10−15

 

 

Sextillion

Septillion

Octillion

Nonillion

Decillion

Thousand

1018

1021

1024

1027

1030

Million

1015

1018

1021

1024

1027

Billion

1012

1015

1018

1021

1024

Trillion

109

1012

1015

1018

1021

Quadrillion

106

109

1012

1015

1018

Quintillion

103

106

109

1012

1015

Sextillion

1

103

106

109

1012

Septillion

10−3

1

103

106

109

Octillion

10−6

10−3

1

103

106

Nonillion

10−9

10−6

10−3

1

103

Decillion

10−12

10−9

10−6

10−3

1

 

Million to Billion to Trillion: Comparison

When you’re dealing with numbers as big as one million, one billion, or one trillion, it can be hard to conceptualize exactly how big each number is. Let’s put them into more of a context:

One million is one thousand thousand. If you stacked one million pennies on top of each other, the tower would be about a mile high. If you divided one million dollars between everyone in the United States, each person would get about ⅓ of one cent.

One billion is one thousand millions. If you stacked one billion pennies on top of each other, the tower would be about 870 miles high. If you divided one billion dollars between everyone in the United States, each person would get about $3.33.

One trillion is one thousand billions. If you stacked one trillion pennies on top of each other, the tower would be about 870,000 miles high … which means it would reach to the moon and back and back to the moon again. If you divided one trillion dollars between everyone in the United States, each person would get about $3,000.

Let’s hope the world’s first trillionaire is a generous person

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