To convert a million to a crore, just multiply a million value by 0.1 as 1 million = 0.1 crore. For example – The value of a million is 1000, so in crore, it will be 1000 × 0.1 = 100.

You can also divide the million value by 10, as 1 crore = 10 million.

Unit | Value |
---|---|

Ten | 10 |

Hundred | 100 |

Thousand | 1,000 |

Lakh | 100,000 |

Million | 1,000,000 |

Crore | 10,000,000 |

Billion | 1,000,000,000 |

Trillion | 1,000,000,000,000 |

Quadrillion | 1,000,000,000,000,000 |

Quintillion | 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 |

## How to convert million to crore?

To convert millions to crores, you can use this million-to-crore converter. Just enter the million value and click the Convert button.

But, to convert millions to crores in a mathematical way, use the following steps:

Understand the conversion factor, such as 1 million is equal to 0.1 crore, or 1 crore = 10 million. It will be 1000 ÷ 10 = 100 crores.

**Formula I:**Multiply the number of millions by 0.1- Formula II
**:**Divide the number of millions by 10.

**Example: **To convert 1000 million to crores: 1000 ×0.1 = 100 crores, or you can also divide it by 10.

So, 1000 million is equal to 100 crores.

### What is million to crore?

This is a million to a crore converter where the million value will be converted to crore. One million means 10 lakhs, while one crore means 10 million.

So, to convert million to crore, divide the number of million by 10.

For example, 1 million is 0.1 crore, and 100 million is equal to (100 × 0.1) =10 crore.

To convert millions to crores, you multiply the number of millions by 0.1 or divide it by 10. One million equals 0.1 crore or 1 crore = 10 million.

**Formula:** Crores = Millions × 0.1, or, Crores = Millions ÷ 10

**Note: **Generally, this conversion is used in India and other countries where **Crore** is a standard unit to express large amounts of money.

#### Numbering System

In the Indian number system, the place values of the digits of a number are arranged in a specific way where the position is from right to left. Units are "tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousand, lakh, ten lahks, crore, etc".

Whereas in the International Number System, the place values of the digits of a number are arranged in a standard way that is from right to left. Units are tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousand, hundred thousand, million, ten million, billion, trillion, etc.

Million to Crore Conversion Example:

1 Million | 0.1 Crore |

10 Millions | 1 Crore |

20 Millions | 2 Crores |

50 Millions | 5 Crores |

100 Millions | 10 Crores |

1000 Millions | 100 Crores |

##### FAQs

Here are 4 frequently asked questions (FAQs) about converting millions to crores:

**How many crores are there in 10 million?**

10 million is equal to 1 crore, just multiply 10 million × by 0.1. It will be 10 × 0.1 = 1 crore.

**How can I convert 50 million to crores?**

To convert 50 million to crores, multiply 50 by 0.1, or divide it by 10. Which is equal to 5 crores (50 × 0.1 = 5 crores, or 50 ÷ 10 = 5 crores).

**Is 1 million equal to 1 crore?**

No, 1 million is not equal to 1 crore. 1 million is equal to 0.1 crore. To get this value, just multiply the million value by 0.1.

**What is the conversion factor from million to crores?**

The conversion factors are 0.1 or 10. 1 million is equal to 0.1 crores or 1 crore = 10 million. To convert millions to crores, multiply the number of million by 0.1. You can also divide a million numbers by 10.

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