Math.com defines a billion dollars as 1,000 million dollars or a one followed by nine zeros: \$1,000,000,000. It would take 10 million \$100 bills to total \$1 billion in cash. More »

One thousand millions equal one billion. According to Oxford Dictionaries, this equivalence has always been true in American English, but British English used to equate one million millions with one billion. More »

The weight of \$1 billion depends on the denominations that were used. If the currency were strictly in \$100 bills, \$1 billion would weigh roughly 10 tons. If one is using \$1 bills, \$1 billion would weigh 1,000 tons, whic... More »

The figure 1 billion dollars is typically abbreviated as \$1B. When written out in long form, 1 billion dollars is \$1,000,000,000, which is equal to 1,000 million dollars. More »

One billion dollars in \$100 bills laid out would range over 111,287.50 square feet. The standard dimensions of a U.S. currency note are 2.61 inches tall by 6.14 inches long. Ten million \$100 dollar bills, laid end to end... More »

A crore is a number in the Indian numbering system that is equal to 10 million, or a 1 followed by seven zeros. In the Indian numbering system, a crore is written as 1,00,00,000. More »

There are two different scales to describe the number of zeros in a billion; the long scale has 12 zeros and the short scale has nine zeros. The long scale is common in Europe and South America, while the short scale is ... More »

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