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**1.** The meaning of * Billion* is a number equal to 1,000 million; also, British : a number equal to 1,000 milliard

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**3.** In the United States—as well as around the world in science and finance—a * Billion* is 1,000 million, which is written as a one followed by nine zeros

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**4.** This is also called the "short scale." There is also a "long scale," which is used in France and was previously used in the United Kingdom, in which a * Billion* means one million million.

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**6.** Zuckerberg's net worth, just under $70 * Billion* mark, makes him the sixth-richest person in the world

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**7.** The Cambridge Analytica scandal, however, caused his net worth to drop by about $5 **Billion**

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**8.** But unlike the homes of most * Billion*aires, the Palo Alto-based home of Mark Zuckerberg, is quite modest

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**9.** ABC 7 news reports on California's projected $10 * Billion* budget deficit and the state's budget woes that are expected to continue through 2013.www.cuipsf.org

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**10.** （1）一万=10 thousand（2）一千万=10 million（3）一亿=100 million（4）十亿=1 **Billion**

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**11.** Notice: * Billion* Automotive makes every reasonable effort to ensure the information on this website is accurate and true

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**12.** **Billion****(n**.) 1680s, from French * Billion* (originally byllion in Chuquet's unpublished "Le Triparty en la Science des Nombres," 1484; copied by De la Roche, 1520); see bi-"two" + million.A million million in Britain and Germany (numeration by groups of sixes), which was the original sense; subsequently altered in French to "a thousand million" (numeration by groups of threes) and …

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**13.** * Billion* refers to 1,000,000,000, the number one followed by nine zeros

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**14.** How many Is a * Billion*? In British English, a

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**15.** British English has now adopted the American figure, though, so that a * Billion* equals a thousand million in both varieties of English.

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**16.** The original meaning of * Billion*, established in the 15th century, was "a million of a million" (1,000,000 to the power of 2, hence the name

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**17.** A * Billion* on the other hand is a number larger than million

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**18.** Representation of Millions & * Billion*s: Difference

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**19.** * Billion* definition, a cardinal number represented in the U.S

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**20.** * Billion*, a

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**21.** On pense que l'intestin humain contient plus d'un **Billion**

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**22.** If you stacked one * Billion* pennies on top of each other, the tower would be about 870 miles high

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**23.** If you divided one * Billion* dollars between everyone in the United States, each person would get about $3.33

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**24.** Example: a gigameter is a * Billion* meters (one million km), which is a little less then the diameter of the Sun

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**25.** (In many non-English speaking countries a * Billion* means a million million, which is a 1 followed by 12 zeros, or 1 × 10 12) Below is a cube made of a million smaller cubes

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**26.** * Billion* have been providing over a hundred million sets of CPE equipment, providing reliable, safe, secure, and comprehensive networking solutions for international telecom carriers, enterprises, and home users

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**27.** The * Billion* Auto Group service centers feature top-of-the-line technology and highly-trained service technicians

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**28.** According to the USDA, California agriculture is a $46.5-**Billion**-dollar industry, and it’s estimated to generate at least $100

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**29.** While almonds ($5.8 **Billion**) edged out grapes ($5.6

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**30.** The USA meaning of a * Billion* is a thousand million, or one followed by nine noughts (1,000,000,000)

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**31.** Increasingly in this country we are using the USA meaning of a * Billion* for these big numbers, and a trillion for the old UK meaning of one followed by twelve noughts.

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**33.** What Does * Billion* Mean? Definition of

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**34.** Welcome to * Billion*Graves Be a part of something bigger

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**35.** * Billion*Graves is the world's largest resource for searchable GPS cemetery data, and is growing bigger and better every day.

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**36.** A * Billion* is a 10-digit number formed by 1 followed by 9 zeros

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**37.** The automaker, whose Leaf was the first modern mass market electric car launched in the US a decade ago, will invest $18 * Billion* through 2030 to

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**38.** Since then, SD Bullion has executed more than $1 * Billion* in sales and hit Inc

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**39.** ↗ Show * Billion* → Million Conversion Chart Instead

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**40.** Million to * Billion* converter to convert million to

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**41.** To find out how many * Billion* is a million, divide by 1,000 because 1

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**42.** 2 days ago · The shares, which had been trading down 6% before news of the $1 * Billion* raise, rallied to close up 7% at $44.35 on Nasdaq, then extended gains in …

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**43.** Department of Justice officials seized more than $1 * Billion* of bitcoins and other digital currencies this week that had been associated with the Silk Road online drug bazaar, the

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**BILLION** [ˈbilyən]

NUMBER

**billion** (noun) · **billions** (plural noun)

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One billion, as many of you know, is a **one followed by nine zeroes: 1,000,000,000**. Written in scientific notation this is 10^9, or ten multiplied by itself nine times. For clarity, I want you all...

According to the __Oxford English Dictionary__, the word billion was formed in the 16th century (from million and the prefix bi-, "two"), meaning the **second power of a million (1,000,0002 = 1012)**. This long scale definition was similarly applied to trillion, quadrillion and so on.