Eleven and twenty-nine thousand eighty-seven ten-thousandths

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1730020910,0109 is not a number in standard format. You have a comma in that. If it is a decimal point then that is another issue.

1,730,020,910.0109 is one billion seven hundred thirty million twenty thousand nine hundred and ten and one hundred and nine ten thousandths.

1,730,020,910.0109 is one billion seven hundred thirty million twenty thousand nine hundred and ten and one hundred and nine ten thousandths.

Mar 17, 2017 | Computers & Internet

12) 12 Drummers Drumming

11) Eleven Pipers Piping

10) Ten Lords a Leaping

9) Nine Ladies Dancing

8) Eight Maids a Milking

7) Seven Swans a Swimming

6) Six Geese a Laying

5) Five Golden Rings

4) Four Calling Birds

3) Three French Hens

2) Two Turtle Doves

1) A partridge in a Pear Tree

11) Eleven Pipers Piping

10) Ten Lords a Leaping

9) Nine Ladies Dancing

8) Eight Maids a Milking

7) Seven Swans a Swimming

6) Six Geese a Laying

5) Five Golden Rings

4) Four Calling Birds

3) Three French Hens

2) Two Turtle Doves

1) A partridge in a Pear Tree

Dec 01, 2015 | HP Computers & Internet

I'm not going to do your homework for you, but I'll explain how it's done in general. When you speak a number, you generally say the integer part in the normal manner, say, "point," and then speak the digits of the decimal portion (or, if the decimal portion is that of an irrational number or endless repeat, speak it to the desired number of decimal places). You write the number in words in the same way. For example, 99.995 is "Ninety-nine point nine nine five."

Nov 25, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

To the nearest thousandth, it's 24,270 (or to be more precise, 24,270.000).

To the nearest thousands, it's 24,000 (twenty-four thousand).

To the nearest thousands, it's 24,000 (twenty-four thousand).

Dec 16, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

One hundred three million, seven hundred twenty-seven thousand, four hundred ninety-five.

Aug 22, 2013 | Computers & Internet

Hi there,

My name is adieh. Have a great day.

This is how you write the 40,107.0302 in word:

Forty thousand and One hundred seven point zero three zero two.

or,

Forty thousand and One hundred seven point zero tenths, 3 hundredths,zero thousandths and

2 ten thousandths.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using fixya.

My name is adieh. Have a great day.

This is how you write the 40,107.0302 in word:

Forty thousand and One hundred seven point zero three zero two.

or,

Forty thousand and One hundred seven point zero tenths, 3 hundredths,zero thousandths and

2 ten thousandths.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using fixya.

Sep 22, 2011 | Android Apps

"Twelve point zero zero three zero", "point zero zero eight one six", "three million, nine thousand, ten", "seven thousand four hundred seventy-five point eight", "P five point zero zero two five".

These are not unique. The first one, for example, could also be written as "twelve point oh oh three oh".

These are not unique. The first one, for example, could also be written as "twelve point oh oh three oh".

Jul 12, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Twenty-two billion, four hundred fifty-five million, seven hundred eighty six thousand and four.

Jun 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Below is the program written in Turbo C.

#include<stdio.h>

void pw(long,char[]);

char *one[]={" "," one"," two"," three"," four"," five"," six"," seven","

eight"," Nine"," ten"," eleven"," twelve"," thirteen"," fourteen","

fifteen"," sixteen"," seventeen"," eighteen"," nineteen"};

char *ten[]={" "," "," twenty"," thirty"," forty"," fifty"," sixty","

seventy"," eighty"," ninety"};

void main()

{

long n;

clrscr();

printf("

Enter any 9 digit no: ");

scanf("%9ld",&n);

if(n<=0)

printf("Enter numbers greater than 0");

else

{

pw((n/10000000),"crore");

pw(((n/100000)%100),"lakh");

pw(((n/1000)%100),"thousand");

pw(((n/100)%10),"hundred");

pw((n%100)," ");

}

getch();

}

void pw(long n,char ch[])

{

(n>19)?printf("%s %s ",ten[n/10],one[n%10]):printf("%s ",one[n]);

if(n)printf("%s ",ch);

}

#include<stdio.h>

void pw(long,char[]);

char *one[]={" "," one"," two"," three"," four"," five"," six"," seven","

eight"," Nine"," ten"," eleven"," twelve"," thirteen"," fourteen","

fifteen"," sixteen"," seventeen"," eighteen"," nineteen"};

char *ten[]={" "," "," twenty"," thirty"," forty"," fifty"," sixty","

seventy"," eighty"," ninety"};

void main()

{

long n;

clrscr();

printf("

Enter any 9 digit no: ");

scanf("%9ld",&n);

if(n<=0)

printf("Enter numbers greater than 0");

else

{

pw((n/10000000),"crore");

pw(((n/100000)%100),"lakh");

pw(((n/1000)%100),"thousand");

pw(((n/100)%10),"hundred");

pw((n%100)," ");

}

getch();

}

void pw(long n,char ch[])

{

(n>19)?printf("%s %s ",ten[n/10],one[n%10]):printf("%s ",one[n]);

if(n)printf("%s ",ch);

}

Aug 06, 2010 | Borland Turbo C++ Suite 1.0...

1. Four Hundred Seventy-Eight Ten Thousandths

2. One Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Five Ten Thousandths.

3. Three Thousand Two Hundred Five Ten Thousandths.

4. Four thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Four Ten Thousandths.

5. Four Hundred Ninety Seven Ten Thousandths.

OR

1. Zero point zero four seven eight.

2. Zero point one four three five

3. Zero point three two zero five

4. Zero point four seven eight four

5. Zero point zero four nine seven

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2. One Thousand Four Hundred Thirty Five Ten Thousandths.

3. Three Thousand Two Hundred Five Ten Thousandths.

4. Four thousand Seven Hundred Eighty Four Ten Thousandths.

5. Four Hundred Ninety Seven Ten Thousandths.

OR

1. Zero point zero four seven eight.

2. Zero point one four three five

3. Zero point three two zero five

4. Zero point four seven eight four

5. Zero point zero four nine seven

Thanks and please take a moment to rate as fixya.

Jul 06, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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