1 Million in CroresBefore the creation of numbers, counting was done with some tangible item, such as wood or stone. Following then, markings and lines for numbering various things lasted for a very long time on rocks and ceramics. The numbers eventually developed after a long time. Hence, the need arose to adopt a standard counting system  a mathematical language for describing numbers using digits or symbols. This mathematical system of numbers formed the numerical system of today's era. Over time, the numbers evolved differently in various nations and eras. This is one of the reasons we have so many different numeral systems, such as decimal, binary, and Roman numeral systems. Currently, the most famous number systems are the Indian numeral system and the international place value system. The two systems are identical up to the value of thousand; however, the confusion begins after one thousand because the placement of commas in these two numeral systems is somewhat different. While millions are written after thousands in the international system, lakhs are written after thousands in the Indian system. So, in this article, we will learn how to convert the international system to the Indian numeral system and vice versa. Following that concept, we will understand how to convert one million to one crore. What is a Crore?A crore is a unit of measurement in the Indian numeral system. It is commonly written as "Cr". However, it is to be noted that it also represents a certain number value. One crore is equal to 100 lakhs (100,00,000) when considering the Indian place value system. When a crore is measured considering the international numeral system, it is equivalent to ten million (10,000,000). The scientific notation of a crore is 10?.; It is commonly used in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka in official and nonofficial situations. What is a Million?A million is a unit of measurement in the international numeral system and denotes a specific number. One million has six zeros and is written as 1,000,000. The Italian word "milione", which directly translates to "a vast thousand", is said to be the originator of the word "million". It is denoted by the letter M. A million is an extremely large number and is frequently used as a way for counting considerably high amounts of money, items, or people. Conversion from Crore to MillionThere are six zeros in a million and seven in a crore because a crore is written as 1,00,00,000, and a million is written as 1,000,000, according to their respective numeral systems. Therefore, it is concluded that 1 crore is equivalent to 10 million. Therefore, we can mathematically write it as, 1 crore = 10 millions For the conversion from crores to millions, one can simply multiply the given amount of crores by 10 million. By the above statement, we can make a formula for the conversion from crore to million Given values of crore × 10 million = Converted value of crores in Millions For instance, suppose that we need to convert 300 crores into million. We can calculate this as below: = 300 × 10 million =3000 million Thus, 300 crores equals 3000 million. Conversion from Million to CroreAs already said above, we know that there are six zeros in a million and seven in a crore because one crore is written as 1,00,00,000, and one million is written as 1,000,000. Therefore, it can be concluded that 1 crore is equivalent to 10 million. Therefore, we can mathematically write it as, 1 crore = 10 millions Dividing both sides by 10, we can conclude: 1 million = 0.1 crore For the conversion from million to crore, one can simply multiply the given amount of million by 0.1 crore. By the above statement, we can make a formula for the conversion as below: Given values of Million × 0.1 Crore = Converted value of Million in Crores For instance, suppose that we need to convert 15 million into crores. We can calculate this as below: = 15 × 0.1 crores = 1.5 crores Some Examples for Better UnderstandingExample 1: Calculate 38 million in terms of crores. Solution: We know that 1 Million = 0.1 Crore So, 38 million = (38 × 0.1) = 3.8 Crores Thirtyeight million is, therefore, equal to 3.8 crores. Example 2: What is the value of 8 million in terms of crores? Solution: We know that 1 million = 0.1 Crore So, 8 million = (8 × 0.1) = 0.8 Crore Eight million is, therefore, equal to 0.8 crores. Example 3: Convert 78 million in crores. Solution: We know that 1 million = 0.1 Crore So, 78 million = (78 × 0.1) = 7.8 Crores Seventyeight million is, therefore, equal to 7.8 crores. Example 4: Write the value of 56 million in crores. Solution: We know that 1 million = 0.1 Crore So, 56 million = (56 × 0.1) = 5.6 Crores Fiftysix million is, therefore, equal to 5.8 crores.
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