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## How do you write 1000 in hiragana?

That’s 千二百八十九 in kanji and せんにひゃくはちじゅうきゅう in hiragana. So 1000 (sen) + 2 (ni) 100s (hyaku) + 8 (hachi) 10s (ju) + 9 (kyuu) is sen nihyaku hachijuu kyuu.

## How many zeros does a billion have in Japan?

Really. A paltry million is the numeral one followed by six zeros. A billion? Nine zeros.

## How do you say numbers in Japanese?

Numbers 数字 (sūji)

- 一） ichi. …
- 二） ni. …
- 三） san. …
- 四） yon. …
- 五） go. …
- 六） roku. …
- 七） nana. …
- 八） hachi.

## How do you count millions in Japanese?

1,000,000 hyaku-man (one million) 「100万」 10,000,000 issen-man 「1000万」

## How do you count past 10 in Japanese?

Lesson 3: Numbers (1-10)

- 一 ichi. one.
- 二 ni. two.
- 三 san. three.
- 四 shi (yon) four.
- 五 go. five.
- 六 roku. six.
- 七 shichi. seven.
- 八 hachi. eight.

## What is this number 100000000?

100,000,000 (one hundred million) is the natural number following 99,999,999 and preceding 100,000,001. In scientific notation, it is written as 10^{8}. East Asian languages treat 100,000,000 as a counting unit, significant as the square of a myriad, also a counting unit.

## How much zeros does 1 million have?

Answer: There are 6 zeros in a million.

## How many zeros does 1 million have?

6

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