How Do You Write Three Thousand Million In Numeral Form?

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Will Martin Profile
Will Martin answered
That would be 3,000,000,000 (if you remember a million is represented by six zeros, it's quite easy).
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I'm not sure, but I don't think you can have 3,000 millions! I guess you would write it like so, 3,000,000,000, but that's an awful lot in fact if you had 3,000 million you would be in the trillions, not millions!
thanked the writer.
Oddman commented
You can easily have any number of millions you want. In "short scale" countries, 3000 million is 3 billion. 3 trillion would be 3 million million. ("Long scale" countries have a different number naming convention.)

Quite often, the financial statements of large companies are expressed in millions. 3,000 million would not be an unusual number to see there.
Anonymous commented
You did not specify short scale, if you had 3 thousand millions, would you not be in the billions or trillions NUMERICALLY? I think so.
Anonymous commented
Thanks man, I guess I was indeed wrong, I was just thinking to specific and not thinking logical

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