To express a huge quantity, we generally use the units million, billion, trillion, etc. In this post, we will learn about them.

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## Million to Lakh Conversion

How much is 1 million in lakhs? By 1 million, we mean 10,00,000 in numbers. So there are 6 zeros in one million. As we know that 1 lakh = 1,00,000, so 1 million in lakhs conversion is as follows:

1 million = 10 lakhs

1 million in lakhs: Thus, 1 million is equal to 10 lakhs. Therefore, 10 million will equal to 10 × 10 = 100 lakhs.

Million | Million in Lakhs |
---|---|

1 million | 10 lakhs |

1.5 million | 15 lakhs |

2 million | 20 lakhs |

5 million | 50 lakhs |

10 million | 100 lakhs |

## Million to Crore Conversion

How much is 1 million in crores? From the above, we know that 1 million = 10 lakhs. On the other hand, we have 1 crore = 100 lakhs. So 1 million in crores conversion is given by

1 million = 10/ 100 = 0.1 crore.

1 million in crore: Thus in terms of crores, 1 million is equal to 0.1 crore. Hence 10 million is equal to 0.1** **× 10 crore = 1 crore. In terms of rupees, 1 million equals to 0.1 crore rupees, and 10 million is equivalent to 1 crore rupees.

## Crore to Million Conversion

We know that 1 crore = 100 lakhs and 1 million = 10 lakhs. So we have:

1 crore = 100 lakhs

= 10 × (10 lakhs)

= 10 × 1 million

= 10 million

So in terms of million, 1 crore is equal to 10 million. This means that 1 crore rupees is equal to 10 million rupees.

## Billion to Crore Conversion

How much is 1 billion in crores? One billion has the value 1,000,000,000 in numbers. So there are 9 zeros in a billion. As we have 7 zeros in a crore, so 1 billion in crore conversion is given as

1 billion = 100 crores.

1 billion in crores: Thus, in terms of crores, 1 billion is equal to one hundred crores. This means that 1 billion rupees is equal to one hundred crores rupees. Similarly, 10 billion rupees will be equivalent to one thousand crores rupees.

Billion | Billion in Crores |
---|---|

1 billion | 100 crores |

1.5 billion | 150 crores |

2 billion | 200 crores |

5 billion | 500 crores |

10 billion | 1000 crores |

100 billion | 10000 crores |

## Crore to Billion

In crore to billion conversion, note that 1 crore = 10^{7} and 1 billion = 10^{9}.

Thus, 1 crore = 10^{7}/10^{9} billion

= 1/10^{2} =1/100 billion

= 0.01 billion.

So 1 crore is equivalent to 0.01 billion. Thus, 7 crores = 7× 0.01 billion =0.07 billion. For more crore to billion conversions, see the table below.

Crore | Crore in Billion |
---|---|

1 crore | 0.01 billion |

2 crore | 0.02 billion |

5 crore | 0.05 billion |

10 crore | 0.1 billion |

50 crore | 0.5 billion |

100 crore | 1 billion |

1000 crore | 10 billion |

## Billion to Million Conversion

We have learned above that 1 billion equals 100 crores. In other words,

1 billion = 100 crores

= 100 × (1 crore)

= 100 × (10 million) as 1 crore = 10 million

= 1000 million

1 billion in million: So 1 billion is equal to one thousand million. Hence, 10 billion equals to ten thousand million.

## Question Answer on Billion to Rupees Conversion

**Question 1:** How much is 1 billion dollars in rupees if 1 dollar = 75 rupees?

*Answer:*

We know that 1 billion = 100 crores. So

1 billion dollars = 100 crores dollars

= (100 × 75) crores rupees as 1 dollar equals 75 rupees

= 7,500 crores rupees

Thus 1 billion dollars in rupees is equal to 7,500 crores if the current dollar rate is 75 rupees.

**Question 2:** What is the worth of a unicorn company?

*Answer:*

By definition of a unicorn company, we know that it has a valuation worth 1 billion dollars. So from the above Question 1, we can say that a unicorn company is worth 7,500 crores rupees if the dollar rate is 75 rupees.

## FAQs

**Q1: How many crores is 1 billion?**

Answer: 1 billion is equivalent to 100 crores.

**Q2: How many zeros in a billion?**

Answer: one billion has nine (9) zeros.

**Q3: How many zeros in a million?**

Answer: one million has six (6) zeros.

**Q4: How many zeros in one crore?**

Answer: one crore has seven (7) zeros.