Does the original have that comma between the 5 and the 0 or is that just a little typo? I ask because it's confusing me.
It's confusing to JustKate (and me) because in the US, it would be $1,135 million, or written in full, $1,135,000,000.00 (note the reversal of the comma and decimal point, and, in the full version only, two digits after the decimal point).To me it is simply one billion, 135 million USD and 0 cents. (If you include the million you wrote after the numbers)
If you were to put it in a full form, it would look like this: $1.135.000.000,0.
Source : en.wikipedia.org : decimal mark1.234.567,89
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With all the proof reading and the interesting rules and regulations surrounding such documents:Hi,
I am trying to understand what is the correct understanding of this amount: $1.135,0 million.
Is it 1 billion or 1 million?
Does anybody have a link or text to recommend, so I can study how to understand this?