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# How many zeros are in one million?

**There are six zeros in one million.** This figure does not include decimal points.

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The number one million is also known as one thousand thousand. It is written as 1,000,000. In scientific notation, one million is written as 10 to the 6th power. The prefix 'mega' as in megabyte, megawatt and megaton, denotes one million of a specific unit. One billion, on the other hand, is a number that has meant different things in different parts of the world throughout history. It is currently one thousand millions, but in the past, it meant one million millions. If you counted for eight hours each day, it would take nearly three weeks to reach one million.

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