Q:

How do you write three hundred, ninety-five million, seven hundred sixty thousand, eight hundred and thirty six numerically?

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Three hundred ninety-five million, seven hundred sixty thousand, eight hundred thirty-six is written as 395,760,836 in numeric or standard form. In converting a number expressed in words to numerals, it is important to write each digit in its proper place value.

Numbers are abstract ideas that can be written in three ways: numeric form, word form and expanded form. The numeric form is written in numerals, which are the corresponding symbols for numbers. The word form is the English translation of the numerals, and the expanded form is the breakdown of the number by place value.

The given number is divided into three sections called periods. Three hundred ninety-five million is one period, so a comma is written after the word million, which is the unit name. A comma is placed after the word thousand because seven hundred sixty thousand is another period. Eight hundred thirty-six is in the last section, called the ones period. This period does not require a comma after the last digit.

Sources:

  1. learnzillion.com

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