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.

This article is written by Dr. T. Mandal, Ph.D in Mathematics. On Mathstoon.com you will find Maths from very basic level to advanced level. Thanks for visiting.