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How much is 11,000?

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It's about one-two-thousandth the number of Books in the Library of Congress (2013).
In other words, 11,000 is 0.00046625844 times the count of Books in the Library of Congress (2013), and the count of Books in the Library of Congress (2013) is 2,144.73330 times that amount.
(2013 figures) (total of books only)
As of September, 2013, The Library of Congress had 23,592,066 books in its catalog and a total of 158,007,115 physical items.
It's about one-three-thousand-five-hundredth the number of people in The State of California.
In other words, 11,000 is 0.0002869 times the count of people in The State of California, and the count of people in The State of California is 3,486 times that amount.
(2014 figures) (Department of Finance estimate)
It's about one-six-thousandth the number of Copies of Michael Jackson's Thriller Sold (2011).
In other words, 11,000 is 0.00017 times the count of Copies of Michael Jackson's Thriller Sold (2011), and the count of Copies of Michael Jackson's Thriller Sold (2011) is 5,900 times that amount.
(sales figures as of 1990) (1982 release)
It's about 6,000 times the number of Escalators in the State of Wyoming.
In other words, the count of Escalators in the State of Wyoming is 0.0002 times 11,000.
(2013 figures)
It's about one-seven-thousand-five-hundredth the number of Copies of Wii Sports Sold.
In other words, 11,000 is 0.000133 times the count of Copies of Wii Sports Sold, and the count of Copies of Wii Sports Sold is 7,519 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Wii スポーツ, a.k.a. Wi Supotsu) (2006 edition) (sales figures as of March 31, 2015)
It's about one-fifteen-thousandth the number of Copies of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities Sold.
In other words, the count of Copies of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities Sold is 20,000 times 11,000.
(figures as of 2015)
It's about one-one-hundred-fifty-thousandth the number of Users on Facebook.
In other words, 11,000 is 0.000007640 times the count of Users on Facebook, and the count of Users on Facebook is 131,000 times that amount.
(March, 2015 figures) (monthly active users)