What is the point of comas in numbers?
it is so you can tell by looking at it how much it is like 1000000000 looks better like this 1,000,000,000 right well if you have 23987 it is easier to tell if it is 23,987.........good luck
so you know how much it is! like kindergarteners dont know. they will think it is a millionth hundred or something like that.
389478576239847.98 => 389,478,576,239,847.98 gives a difference in readability
Simply just to make them easier to read
To seperate the amounts
It makes it much easier because you know one comma in 1,333 is thousandsTwo is 1,333,333 millions and so on and so forth it is much easier in math as well.
Easier to read at a glance.
It's easier to tell them apart as thousands. For example, you can't tell the first time you see 10000000 it means ten million. But like 10,000,000 it's easier to tell.