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**1 V = 10 ^{-9} GV = 0.000000001 GV**

or

**1 GV = 10 ^{9} V = 1000000000 V**

\[ \text{Gigavolts} = \text{Volts} \times \frac{1}{1,000,000,000} \]

If you have 5,000,000,000 volts, you can convert it to gigavolts as follows:

\[ \text{Gigavolts} = 5,000,000,000 \times \frac{1}{1,000,000,000} \]

\[ \text{Gigavolts} = 5,000,000,000 \times 0.000000001 \]

\[ \text{Gigavolts} = 5 \]

So, 5,000,000,000 volts is equal to 5 gigavolts.

Volts | Gigavolts |
---|---|

1 V | 0.000000001 GV |

2 V | 0.000000002 GV |

3 V | 0.000000003 GV |

4 V | 0.000000004 GV |

5 V | 0.000000005 GV |

10 V | 0.00000001 GV |

100 V | 0.0000001 GV |

1,000 V | 0.000001 GV |

2,000 V | 0.000002 GV |

3,000 V | 0.000003 GV |

4,000 V | 0.000004 GV |

5,000 V | 0.000005 GV |

6,000 V | 0.000006 GV |

7,000 V | 0.000007 GV |

8,000 V | 0.000008 GV |

9,000 V | 0.000009 GV |

10,000 V | 0.00001 GV |

100,000 V | 0.0001 GV |

1,000,000 V | 0.001 GV |

10,000,000 V | 0.01 GV |

100,000,000 V | 0.1 GV |

1,000,000,000 V | 1 GV |

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