With this calculator, you can convert **Crores into millions** and find where the numbers you choose are in the value system, as well as what types of systems you know. To clarify what we are talking about, you are in the right place to find out with the text below.

## **Million to crore converter**

This is a converter for measuring values from million to Crore. It converts the input value from the nearest Million to the nearest Crore. It also shows the difference between the two numbers in terms of Crore. A **million** is a large number that is difficult to comprehend. It is one thousand thousand, or one followed by six zeros. In some countries, a million is also called a milliard. If you want to convert one million to one billion, you must know that one million is equivalent to 0.001 billion.

A crore is a unit of the Indian numbering system equal to ten million. It is the equivalent of a thousand lakhs or one followed by twelve zeros. A crore is a huge number and is often used to measure the population of India. The Million to **Crore Converter** helps you with conversion between these two different numbering systems.

A million and a crore are the exact numbers but not in the same value system. 3,67,43,921 and 36,743,921 are essentially the same numbers written in the Indian and international respective place value systems and are therefore read differently. Converting numbers that mean the same are in different places may seem confusing, but it will be more apparent to you with our converter.

## **How to convert Crore to million?**

One Crore is equal to 10 million. To make this conversion, all you need is to multiply the number by 10 and you will get a million. The formula for conversion is simple and looks like this:

**value in millions = value in crores x 10**

If the number you took is 7 crores, all you need to do to get the number in millions is multiply 7 by 10, and you will get a result of 70 million.

We have been using “crore” as a word for “ten million” for years. But what if we converted it to “million”? What would it mean? It means that if you had 10,000 crores, you would have 10 million. You would have ten times more than someone who had only 1 crore. It would mean that you are worth ten times more than someone who has 1 million. You could buy ten cars for 10 crores. With 10 million, you could buy 100 cars.

If you want to do the reverse process conversion, i.e., turn millions into crores, you can use the same formula, but it would look like this:

**value in crores = value in millions / 10**

In this process, if you convert **millions into crores**, you need to divide the number by 10, so if you have 75 million and want to convert it into crores, you will divide that number by 10 and get a number of 7.5 million.

For example:

1 crore = 10 million

10 crores = 100 million

100 crores = 1 billion

1,000 crores = 10 billion

10,000 crores = 100 billion

100,000 crores = 1 trillion

## **What is a crore? Crore definition**

In the previous text, we explained how to turn **Crore** into a million and vice versa, but we did not say what Crore means, so let’s define what it is and what it is for.

Crore is a unit of measurement equal to 10 million. The word comes from the Sanskrit word for 10 million, “Khar.” In the Indian system, it is equal to 100 lakhs. It is an Arabic word * qirat*, meaning ‘one-tenth.’ Crore is also present in Sri Lanka. However, the term “crore” is expressed in the education system in the millions, billions, and trillions and is withdrawn from general use in this country.

## **Place-value system**

The **place-value system** is a math system that helps us understand numbers in different orders of magnitude. The local value system works in base 10, which means that the numbers can be in any order. For example, the number 345 can be 3, 4, 5, or 345. The number 3 in forms 3, 4, 5 is the same as the number 8 in forms 8, 9, 10. The system of local values is essential for understanding numbers in different orders of magnitude.

The number 22 has the same digits twice, but their value is different. Twenty-two consists of 20 + 2. So, the number two is in the place of units, and the other number two is in the place of tens, which makes 22. In this way, the system values of place work and should not be confused with nominal values because it describes the figure’s value regardless of its position in the same number.

When it comes to our converter, we focus on two value systems (International System of Local Values and Indian place-value system), and we will explain them below:

The first thing is that this is a way to keep track of numbers that can be big or small. This system can be used to make sure you write numbers correctly. The **International System of Local Values**, also known as the decimal system, is a way to break numbers into smaller parts. This system is fundamental and functional in most countries, except in some countries that use the Indian value system. We do it in units, tens, hundreds, thousands, millions, and billions when we count. If we have a number that looks like 32,657,871 we read it as thirty-two million, six fifty-seven thousand, eight hundred and seventy-one in this international value system.

The **Indian system** of local values is a numerical system written from left to right and used in India. This system is based on numbers and positions. It has ten digits, and the first digit is in the lowest position. The number on the highest position is the one in the far right place. This value system is valid in smaller countries, such as India, Nepal, Pakistan, etc. Counting is in units, tens, hundreds, thousands, and lakhs. Number 3,26,57,871 we read as three crores, twenty-six lakhs, seven thousand eighty hundred seventy-one.

So, if we have the number 585643961, we can write and read it in two ways:

- If we work according to the international system, we read this number as follows: 5 hundred and 85 million, 6 hundred and 43 thousand, 9 hundred and 61 – 585,643,961 (each group has three digits)
- If we work according to the Indian system, we read 58 crores, 56 lakhs, 43 thousand, 9 hundred, and 61- 58,56,43,961.

## **Crore to Million example**

How to convert 2 Crore to a million?

With the help of the formula we have mastered, the conversion will look like this:

2 Crores in millions is 2 x 10 million

2 Crores = 20 million

## **FAQ**?

**1. How many Millions is 1 Crore?**

1 Crore is **10 Million**. The numbers are in different value systems, but their figure is the same. One million is represented in the International Value System and is used in most parts of the world. On the other hand, Crore is used in the Indian system, more represented in India, Pakistan, Nepal, and the like.

**2. How many Lakhs is 1 Crore?**

1 Crore is equal to **100 Lakhs** in the Indian numbering system.

**3. How many Thousands is 1 Crore?**

1 crore is equal to **10000 thousand**.

**4. How many Hundreds is 1 Crore?**

**It is easy to convert **1 crore to a hundred. One crore is equaled **100000 hundred.**