1 million means one thousand thousand, in maths. The meaning of the word “million” is familiar to both small scale and long scale numbering systems, unlike the larger numbers, which have different names in the two types of systems. One million (i.e., 1,000,000) one thousand thousand. This is the natural number (or counting number) followed by 999,999 and preceded by 1,000,001.
The word “million” is derived from the early Italian million (milione in modern Italian), from mille, “thousand”, plus the augmentative suffix -one. It is abbreviated as m.
1 Million Means How Many Lakhs
In the numeral system, the terms rupees, lakhs, and millions are often used to easily and understandably write a large amount. The place value of digits may be treated in different Indian and International numeral systems (more specifically in the US).
In the Indian numbering system, place values of digits in the number go in Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, Ten Thousand, Lakhs, Ten Lakhs, Crores, and so on. However, in the International numbering system, the place values of digits of the number go in the order of Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, Ten Thousand Hundred Thousand, Millions, Billions and so on.
Hence, in the conversion of the amount from millions to rupees, 1 million can be written as given below:
i.e. 1 Million = 10 Lakhs
|1||10 (= 1000000)|
|2||20 (= 2000000)|
|5||50 (= 5000000)|
|10||100 (= 10000000)|
|20||200 (= 20000000)|
|50||500 (= 50000000)|
1 Million Equals
One million equals one thousand thousand or ten lakhs. Numerically, it is represented as:
1 million (M) = 1000, 000
1 million = 10, 00000 = 10 lakhs
1000,000 is the succeeding number to 999,999 and the preceding number to 1000,001, such that;
999999+1 = 1000000
1000001 – 1 = 1000000
The scientific notation of 1000,000 is given by:
1000,000 = 1 x 106
1 Million Means In Rupees
MIllion is the term used to represent large numbers in the International numeral system. We can represent millions using some conversions to represent in the Indian numeral system. To convert millions to rupees, we should take one million as ten lakhs in Indian rupees and one lakhs has six zeros. Let us see the value of millions in rupees given in the below table:
1 Million Means How Much
How much is 1 million in Indian rupees? The answer for this question can be written in different ways. As we know, in the Indian currency system, the amount of money read as rupee, ten, hundred, thousand and so on. Million is the term used to describe large amounts of money in the International currency system (like counties of US). However, the value of 1 million can be expressed as:
1 Million = 1000000 rupees
1 Million = 10 lakhs
1 Million = 0.1 crore
1 Million In Crore
The representation of currency from millions to crores involves the conversion from the International to Indian numeral system. However, the place value of digits varies from the Indian numbering system to the International numbering system. Thus, the expression of numbers from million to crores is given as:
1 Million = 0.1 crore
10 Millions = 1 crore
20 Millions = 2 crores
100 Millions = 10 crores
Thus, one million is equivalent to one-tenth (1/10th) of a crore.
Frequently Asked Questions on One Million
What is the value of 1 million?
The value of 1 million is 10 lakhs in Indian rupees or one thousand thousands. One million is abbreviated as m (i.e., million). For example 2 millions can be written as 2 m.
What do you mean by 1 billion?
One billion is equivalent to 100 crore in Indian rupees. 1 billion in terms of millions can be expressed as thousand millions, i.e. 1000 million.
How many million is 1 billion?
One thousand millions is equivalent to 1 billion. Also, one million is one-thousandth of a billion. We can also say that ten thousand lakhs equals 1 billion.
How many zeros does 1 million have?
As we know, 1 million equals 10 lakhs and 1 lakh has five zeroes.That means, 10 lakhs has 6 zeros. Therefore, 1 million will have six zeros, i.e. 10,00,000.
How many millions make a crore?
In the Indian numeral system, one crore is 100 lakhs. We know that one million is 10 lakhs; therefore, 10 millions make a crore.