The number "one million" has six zeros after a one and before the decimal point. It is written out like this: "1,000,000." This is true in both the short-scale and long-scale naming systems.

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A million in numbers is 1,000,000. A million is also written as M or 106. Some writing style guides include rules that call for a million to be written as 1 million.

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There are six zeros following the one in one million. One million is written as 1,000,000 or in exponential form as 1 x 10^6, which means that it is equal to 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10.

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In figures, 1 million is written as 1 followed by six zeros, or 1,000,000. This number is easily understood as one thousand times one thousand. The word "million" is from the Italian "millione," which means "thousand."

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The number one million consists of six zeros. This figure doesn't contain decimal points. One million is also referred to as one thousand thousand, and a comma is used to separate the digits. It's written as 1,000,000. A...

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One hundred million is written with eight zeros. Since one million is written with six, adding the two more zeros for 100 makes a total of eight for 100 million.

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When adding numbers, the rules of significant figures dictate that the sum should be rounded to the same place as the least significant place of the number, with the least number of places after the decimal point. Signif...

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