A lakh (/laek, la: k/; abbreviated L; occasionally spelled lac) is a unit of measurement in India equal to one hundred thousand rupees (100,000; scientific notation: 105). It is written as 1,000,000 in the Indian 2,2,3 digit grouping pattern. The word comes from the Sanskrit word lakshana, meaning "spotted cow", because until recently Indians used cows for currency.

Lakhs of people around the world write an average of two thousand words per day. So, it takes them about three years to write a million words. The first person to write a billion words was James L. Wilson in 1922. He did so in **23 months** at the age of 59.

The fastest person to write **a million words** was Alex Bellos. In just under three years and two months he wrote two million words. He started when he was 28 years old.

The most common way of writing a million words is to write two thousand words a day for three years and six months. This was done by Robert Louis Stevenson. He completed his book Great Expectations in this time.

Another way of looking at it is to say that it takes **about two years** to read **a million words**, which is why many people think that reading is more important than writing. The first person to read a million words was Andrew Carnegie in **three years** and four months when he was 31 years old.

In numerals, one lakh is written as 1,000,000. It is also called a million. One lakh is the largest number that can be written in the Indian numbering system.

The English word "million" comes from the Latin mille, which means 1000. Therefore, a million is exactly 1000 times 1000, or 9.6 billion.

There are 12 lakhs (1.2 million) of humans on Earth. If we divide this by 100, then it is 120 million people. This is actually higher than the population of many countries because it includes babies and children. The world's population has now reached 6.8 billion and is expected to reach 7 billion early next year. It is estimated that by 2050, there will be 9 billion people on Earth!

One lakh is also equal to 10,000. So, 1 million = 100,000. Also, there are 30 thousand miles in a mile. Thus, one million is equal to **3 trillion feet**.

A million sounds like a large number, but it is not when you compare it to other numbers. For example, 5 million is larger than 4 million. 6 million is larger than 5 million.

The cardinal number lakh is equal to 100,000 multiplied by the fifth power of ten. The sum of **two lakhs** is 200,000.

We discovered that some people call it 4 lakhs or 4 lac, however the right term is 4 lakh (lakh without the trailing "s"). There are 12 lakh minutes in a year and 604 seconds in one minute. So, 36,000 times 604 = 22, sta...

The answer is because there is no roman number for **one lakh**. A horizontal line over a numerical, on **the other hand**, implies that it should be multiplied by a thousand. 100 x 1000 Equals 100000. Dey 8, 1395 AP Maths Exam Date.

Thus, the correct answer is 8 million 1395 years ago.