# How many Zeros in a Billion

Billion is a unit of measurement for number system, in short it is referred as B.
1 Billion consists of nine zeros after 1. So we can say 1 billion = 1,00,00,00,000. From above equation you can imagine how larger it is.
For more clarification you can take this example, that the count of whole mankind in present time is near about 7 billion.
While we come from smaller number system into larger number system, we have to use these units for the easiness in calculations.
There are some other larger units available in our number system, these are million, trillion, quadrillion, quintillion, sextillion and soon.
This handy tool allows user to get the number of zeros by selecting any number system.

## Process to Know Number of Zeros in Billion

The following step by step process is useful to find number of zeros in Billion

• 1 Billion is equal to 1,00,00,00,000, which contains 9 zeros.
• Multiply the total numbers in Billion by 1,00,00,00,000.
• It will result the total numbers.

Example-1

Question: How many zeros in 3 Billions?

Solution:

Given numbers in Billion is 3.

1 billion i.e. 1,00,00,00,000.

So, 3 B * 1,00,00,00,00 = 3,00,00,00,000

We can say 3 Billion is having 9 zeros.

Example-2

Question: Convert 5.78 Billions to million?

Solution:

Given numbers in Billion is 5.78.

1 billion i.e. 1,00,00,00,000.

So, 5.78 B * 1,00,00,00,00 = 5,78,00,00,000

As we have two values after decimal point i.e. 78, so from total number of zeros 2 values will be less as two zeros will be replaced by these two values.
So, we can say total 7 zeros in 5.78 Billion.

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