This numeral system converter allows you to convert numerical values between different number systems, such as ten, hundred, thousand, million, crore, billion, trillion, quadrillion, and quintillion.

You need to enter a value, select the units from and to which you want to convert, and then click the “Convert” button to get the converted result.

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 |

## What is the Numeral System?

A number system is a set of symbols to express numbers. It is a mathematical notation used to express numbers using digits, known as a number system.

It is also a place-value system, and the value of a symbol depends on its position. In mathematics, a numerical system is a writing system for expressing things.

The positional base system is 10 and originated in India and is now used in the world. The place value of each digit in a number is explained with the help of a place value chart.

#### Indian Number System:

In the Indian Number System, the place values of the digits go in the order of Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, Ten thousands, Lakhs, Ten Lakhs, Crores, Ten Cores, etc.

Indian Numeral System

#### International Number System:

In the International Number System, the place values of the digits go in the order of one, ten, hundreds, thousands, ten thousand, hundred thousand, Millions, Ten million, etc.

International Number System

#### Indian Vs. International Number System

There is no major difference in number systems, but when it describes larger numbers, we get lakhs and crores in Indian systems and millions, billions, trillions, etc. in international systems.

- 100 Thousands = 1 Lakh
- 1 Million = 10 Lakhs
- 10 Millions = 1 Crores
- 100 Millions = 10 Crores

#### Placement of Comma:

For ease of understanding the numbers, commas are placed in the numbers to help us read and write. But, in both systems, commas are placed at different places in the numbers, which are described below.

**Indian System:**In the Indian number system, the first comma is placed after the hundreds. Then, place commas after every two digits in right-to-left order, like 1,25,24,50,000.**International System:**Similarly, in the International number system, the first comma is placed after the hundreds. Then, place commas after every three digits in right-to-left order, like 1,252,405,000.

#### FAQs

**How many zeros are there in one lakh?**

There are 5 zeros in one lakh, like 1,00,000.

**How many zeros are there in one million?**

There are 6 zeros in one million, like 1,000,000.

**How many zeros are there in one crore?**

There are 7 zeros in one crore, like 1,00,00,000.

**How many zeros are there in one billion?**

There are 9 zeros in one billion, like 1,000,000,000.