Anonymous

1 Trillion Is Equal To How Many Rupees?

3

3 Answers

Greg Allen Profile
Greg Allen answered
$1 trillion is the equivalent of 46,150,001,525,879 INR. Broken down this is forty six trillion, one hundred and fifty billion, one million, five hundred and twenty five thousand, eight hundred and seventy nine INR. INR is the abbreviation used for Indian Rupees, whilst $ is the symbol used to represent dollars.

  • Trillion
The amount that a trillion is equal to differs depending on whether you live in the United Kingdom, or the United States. The United States classes a trillion as having 12 zeros, as they use the short scale method, whilst the United Kingdom classes a trillion as having 18 zeros, as they use the long scale method. The difference between the two is that countries using the short scale method class any new term above a million as being 1,000 times the previous term, whilst countries using the long scale method, say that any term greater than a million is one million times the previous term.

  • Indian Rupee
This is the official currency of India, and it controlled by the Reserve Bank of India. It is also used as currency in Nepal and Bhutan. Coins available in India are 5 paise, 10 paise, 20 paise, 25 paise and 50 paise, as well as full rupees to the values of 1, 2, 5 and 10. Notes are also available for 5 and 10 rupees, as well as 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1,000 rupees. The Indian rupee has been the only currency available in India since 1957. Prior to this the Portuguese Indian escudo, the Danish Indian rupee, and the French Indian rupee had also been in circulation.
Willard NOYB Profile
Willard NOYB answered
We'd have to know what this trillion is to provide an answer. Trillion dollars, pennies, pounds?!

Answer Question

Anonymous