Welcome to **billion to million**, our article explaining the conversion of billions to millions. The meaning of one billion in both, American as well as present British English, is 1000000000 (one followed by nine zeroes), or 1,000,000,000 when spelled with thousand separators. The numeral billion is often abbreviated as *bn*.

In comparison, one million in numbers is 1000000 (one followed by six zeroes), or 1,000,000 when spelled with thousand separators. The numeral million is frequently abbreviated as *m*.

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In the following section we show you how to convert Billion to Million. There, you can also find useful information regarding some languages distinct from English.

## Convert Billion to Million

To convert a billion to million multiply the number in billions by 1000.

For example, 3 billion = 3000 (3 × 1000) million, 0.1 billion = 100 million, etc. Easier, however, is making use of our billion to million calculator.

The difference between billion and million is the factor of 10^{3}. One million is thousand times less than one billion. In turn, one billion is thousand times bigger than one million.

One billion is the natural number preceding 1000000001 and following 999999999. Frequent m to bn conversions on our site include, for example:

It is noteworthy that some languages different from present English, including, but not limited to, German, French, Spanish and Portuguese use the term billion for one million millions.

In these languages making use of the so called long scale notation, one billion equals 1,000,000,000,000 (12 zeroes). To avoid ambiguity, you could use scientific notation.

For example: 1 bn = 10^{9} (in short scale).

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## Billion to Million Conversion

You have reached our final part, and we would like bring to your attention that there are many more short forms for billion and million than bn and m, respectively.

Thus, always make 100% sure you get the numbers right. If appropriate or needed, make use of scientific notation or thousand separators to avoid uncertainty.

The frequently asked questions about the topic include, for instance:

- 1 billion how many million?
- How many millions in a billion?
- 1 billion is equal to how many million?

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