# Large Numbers to 1 Billion, Grade 7

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- Q1
**How many 15cm shoes would you line up to make a distance of 1 000 000 000 mm?**About 150 000 000

About 60 000 000

About 6 000 000

About 600 000

30s - Q2
**How many books would it take to have 1 000 000 000 words in them if each page had 250 words and 1000 pages?**about 400 000

about 4000

about 400

about 40 000

30s - Q3
**1 000 000 000 is 1000 units of 100 000**boolean://false

30s - Q4
**Which value is the most reasonable estimate of how long it would take to count to 1 000 000 000 if you counted one number every two seconds.**10 years

150 years

60 years

90 years

30s - Q5
There are about 8.3 Billion people on earth. In standard form that is...

830 000 000

830 000 000.000

83 000 000 000

8 300 000 000

30s - Q6
The population of Canada is 37.59 million. If you divided them all up equally into our provinces and territories about how many would be in each?

about 300 000

about 300 0000

about 30 000 000

about 3 000 000

30s - Q7
If a bunch of grapes weighed 250g, how many bunches would you need to reach 1 000 000 000g?

about 400 000

about 40 000

about 4 000 000

about 40 000 000

30s - Q8
What is 63 000 000 + 1 230 000 000?

102 960 000

1 293 000 000

18 630 000 000

186 000 000

30s - Q9
A movie is 250 000 000 bytes to download. How many movies could you download if you had a 10 gigabyte max. (a gigabyte is 1 000 000 000 bytes)

About 40

About 20

About 100

About 80

30s - Q10
Which number is 1 Billion?

1 000 000 000

1 000 000 000 000

10 000 000

100 000 000

30s