10,000,000 ten dollar bills or100,000 thousand dollar bills which one is the higher amount in value?
Its easier for you to just count the zeroes before you do anything.
10,000,000 is equal to 7 zeroes.
100,000 is equal to 5 zeroes.
We know that when you multiply any number by 10, you simply add a zero to the end of the number. In other words, you’re simply adding zeroes.
When you multiply 10,000,000 by 10, you’re simply adding one more zero to your 7 zeroes (7+1), which means you end up with 8 zeroes total (ignore the actual amount, just remember 8 zeroes).
When we move on to multiplying 100,000 times 1,000, we simply add 3 more zeroes rather than just 1. So using this logic, 5 + 3 = 8 zeroes total.
8 = 8.
Which means that both answers are the same.
You can check the work using long mutiplication, but trust me when I say, its all simply adding the zeroes.
I’ve not only answered your question but shown you how you can do it as well. I trust you’ll use this answer to better learn the material rather than simply find an answer.
PS. they no longer make thousand dollar bills.