## Is MM a MM or a million

If we wanted to denote millions, we would show that as MM. For this, we should credit the Romans. M is the Roman numeral for thousand and **MM is meant to convey one thousand-thousand — or million**. To take it further; one billion would be shown as $1MMM or one-thousand million.

## What is the abbreviation for million MM

**MM** is the abbreviation used for presenting in millions. The history is M represents the number one thousand dollars in roman numbers, and M represents thousands, so MM is used to represent millions as MM is 1000*1000, which becomes 1 Million.

## Should millions be M or M

**The standard for million, is a capital 'M'**, unlike one thousand which is a small 'k'. 'm' in science and engineering stands for one-thousandth.

## What is the symbol for millimeter

millimetre (**mm**), also spelled millimeter, unit of length equal to 0.001 metre in the metric system and the equivalent of 0.03937 inch.

## How do you write $1 million

One million (1,000,000), or **one thousand thousand**, is the natural number following 999,999 and preceding 1,000,001.

## What does 1MM mean

Using the MM Abbreviation

For example, 1MM equals **1 million**, $34MM equals $34 million and so on. Using M or MM is pretty simple.

## What does MM mean in math

Millimeter (MM) – Definition with Examples

**A unit of length in the metric system is equivalent to 1/1,000 of 1 meter**.

## Is there a space between number and M for million

You need a space before million but not before m or bn. M or m? Under ISO 1000:1992/Amd 1:1998, which Australia and New Zealand adhere to, **millions should be represented by M**. However, according to the Australian Government's Style manual (2002), m is preferable to M as long as the context is clear.

## What is the abbreviation for thousands and millions

**Abbreviated Forms**

Number | North America | Rarer Forms |
---|---|---|

thousand | K | thsnd(.), M |

million | M |
mil(.), mill(.), mln(.), MM |

billion | B | bil(.), bill(.), bln(.) |

trillion | T | tril(.), trill(.), trn(.), tln(.) |

## What does M stand for measurements

**metre** (m), also spelled meter, in measurement, fundamental unit of length in the metric system and in the International Systems of Units (SI). It is equal to approximately 39.37 inches in the British Imperial and United States Customary systems.

## Why is M used instead of K for thousand

M is the Roman numeral for 1,000 but in the metric system M designates the prefix mega- which is a million. For example MW is a megawatt. On the other hand m designates milli- or one thousandth so mm is a millimetre or 0.001 metres. **To minimize confusion** I would stick with K for a thousand.

## How many zeros does 1 million have

A billion is **1000 million**.

## Does 1MM mean 1million

Using the MM Abbreviation

For example, **1MM equals 1 million**, $34MM equals $34 million and so on. Using M or MM is pretty simple. If the company sells 26,000 units, the accountant can record that as 26M units.

## What does MM stand for in trading

The term **market maker** refers to a firm or individual who actively quotes two-sided markets in a particular security, providing bids and offers (known as asks) along with the market size of each. Market makers provide liquidity and depth to markets and profit from the difference in the bid-ask spread.

## How do you write $1 million

One million (1,000,000), or **one thousand thousand**, is the natural number following 999,999 and preceding 1,000,001.

## What does MM mean in Roman numerals

**Is it still important to learn Roman numerals?**

Arabic | Roman |
---|---|

1,003 | MIII |

1,900 | MCM |

2,000 | MM |

2,001 | MMI |

## Should I use M or MM for million

**If we wanted to denote millions, we would show that as MM**. For this, we should credit the Romans. M is the Roman numeral for thousand and MM is meant to convey one thousand-thousand — or million. To take it further; one billion would be shown as $1MMM or one-thousand million.

## What does M stand for in finance

Frequently, in finance and accounting, an analyst will use k to denote thousands and a capitalized M to denote **millions**. For example, $100k x 10 = $1M.