So you have decided to use our crore to million converter to check where your numbers stand in another place-value system. Good choice. Whether you want to convert crores to million dollars or million rupees to crores, you have come to the right place.
You may continue to read this page to understand how to convert million to crore and vice versa and find the answer to how many millions are in 1 crore.
Million to crore converter
Crore is used to count large numbers, usually in terms of currency, and is generally used in countries with their currency in rupees like Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, etc.
So, answer this: are you a millionaire? Or trying to make a savings goal in order to become one soon? Or you are trying to figure out your net worth? Or maybe you are curious about the place-values of various numbers and are looking to study some conversions?
Then you would be happy to know that you are in the right place. Crore and million represent the same number but in a different place-value system.
24,689,731 are the same numbers, just written in the Indian and International place value systems, respectively. They are therefore read differently.
Sometimes it can be confusing 😕 to convert numbers that mean the same thing but are different in different places. Almost as confusing as trying to figure out how time zones work for different regions, but worry not, as our converters will make it easier for you.
How to convert crore to million?
One crore is equal to 10 million. So, to convert any number from crores to million, you need to multiply the number by 10 and it will become millions. The formula looks like this:
number in millions = number in crores * 10
If your number is 5 crores, you multiply 5 by 10 to get 50 million.
The same formula can be altered to convert a number from million to crores.
number in crore = number in million / 10
So, if you want to convert 45 million to crores, divide 45 by 10 and you have 4.5 crores.
Our crore to million converter can be used for the following purposes:
- To convert a number from million to crores;
- To convert a number from crore to million;
- To find out how many millions are there in 1 crore; and
- To count the number of zeros in a million.
What is a crore? Crore definition
We have been talking so much about how to convert crore to million and million to crore, and all about different place values. Before moving forward let's understand what a crore is, or how much is a crore, and what is the meaning of a crore, or how many zeros are there in a crore?
Crore is the numeric equivalent of 10 million in the International System and in the Indian system it is also equal to 100 lakh. It is used to refer to large sums of money in the Indian place-value system and in all the countries that follow this system.
It is written as 1,00,00,000. So, if you were wondering how many zeros are there in a crore, and you find yourself in a situation where you don't have the figure written in front of you, the answer is 7. That is how much a crore is.
Place value is the value of each digit in a number based upon the digit's position. For instance, the number
44 has the same digits twice, but they differ in their value. Forty-four is comprised of
40 + 4. A four in the ones place and the other four in the tens place, making it forty. This is how place value systems work. But they should not be confused with face value as that describes the value of the digit, regardless of its position in a number.
In our crore to million converter, we focus on two place value systems:
International place value system
The international place value system is the numeral system used all around the globe except for a few countries which use, e.g., the Indian place-value system. The counting is done in ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, millions, and billions. The number
92,345,674is read as ninety-two million, three hundred and forty-five thousand, six hundred and seventy-four in the international place-value system.
Indian place-value system
The countries using the Indian place-value system are Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. The counting is done in ones or units, tens, hundreds, thousands, and lakhs. In the Indian place-value system, the same number is written as
9,23,45,674and read as nine crores, twenty-three lakhs, forty-five thousand, six hundred and seventy-four.
Let's consider the number given in the table,
753108642. It is read and written in two ways.
- In the International System, 753,108,642 - 7 hundred 53 million, 1 hundred and 8 thousand, and 6 hundred and 42. Also, notice the period placements - there are 3 digits in each group.
- In the Indian system, 75,31,08,642 - 75 crores, 31 lakh, 8 thousand, 6 hundred, and 42.
You may notice the placement of the periods is a bit different as well. It is because each group contains 2 digits after the ones group.
To study more place value systems and their conversions, take a look at our million to lakh converter.
How many millions are in 1 crore?
There are 10 million in 1 crore.
Numerically both the numbers both represent the same digit but in different place value systems.
Crore is used in the Indian place-value system used in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. In contrast, million is used all around the rest of the world in the International place value system.
What is the ratio of crore to million?
The ratio of crore to million is 1:10. So, whichever amount you may need to convert from crore to million you multiply it by 10 and have it in millions.
For instance, the number you need to convert is 7 crore. All you need to do is multiply 7 by 10 and it is equal to 70 million.
How many zeros are there in 1 crore?
There are 7 zeros in a crore.
A crore has the same value as ten million. They both represent the same amount numerically and just differ in the place value system. Crore is used in the Indian system place-value system whereas ten million is its international place value system counterpart.
Can I convert million to crore?
Yes, you can perform the conversion of a million to crore both ways.
The formula to convert million to crore is written as:
number in million = number in crore / 10
Let's say you need to convert 112 million to crore, all you need to do is divide 112 by 10, and you will have your amount in crore. So, 112 million becomes 11.2 crores.