really small. Divided into a billion parts. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter. A nanosecond is one billionth of a second. A nanocraig would be one billionth of some guy named Craig.Ex. if you have 650 nm it would be equivalent to 650 x10^-9 m
The SI nano- prefix means x 10-9
The prefix "nano" = 1/1,000,000,000 indicates 10^-9 or a billionth.
'nano' = 'one billionth' = 10-9
'Nano' is not a noun; 'nano' is not even a word, it is a prefix meaning 'one billionth' or used informally as an extremely small part of a whole. Some words with the prefix nano- are nanosecond, nanotechnology, or nanoscale.
Nano- means million.
Nano-, a nanometer is a billionth of a meter
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The prefix for 10-9 is nano-.
"Nano" is a prefix that means "10-9" or 0.000000001 . One nano-anything is one billionth of it.
The prefix "nano" means 10-9, in other words, billionth. So, this means billionth of a meter.
I am not sure but, Micro = 10-6, so Micro micro = 10-12 for which the prefix now is pico.
The prefix nano- is equal to 10-9 and is represented by the Greek letter nu, which looks like a lower-case v. But when writing it on tests and papers, just use a lower-case n, so nanoseconds, for example, is abbreviated nsec or ns.It basically means "one billionth." So a nanosecond is one billionth of a second.
Nano is the prefix used for billionth. use this for horse isle 2 ; WaterColorSon's prefix quiz!your fellow horse mate, LittleRedRider
Nano = Very small.