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The blank line and empty box. The blank line in the middle of the check is for you to write out the amount of dollars and cents in words, for example “One hundred thirty-five & 50/100.” The box to the right of this line is where you write the numerical value of payment, so in this case, "135.50." ...


On a check – which is one of the few places where you see such numbers written out in their long form – you might see any of the following conventions used: .... But i can write USD 23,428.32 as " U. S. DOLLARS TWENTY-THREE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY-EIGHT AND THIRTY-TWO HUNDREDTHS".


1, one, first. 2, two, second. 3, three, third. 4, four, fourth. 5, five, fifth. 6, six, sixth. 7 , seven, seventh. 8, eight, eighth. 9, nine, ninth. 10, ten, tenth. 11, eleven ... 60, sixty, sixtieth. 70, seventy, seventieth. 80, eighty, eightieth. 90, ninety, ninetieth. 100, one hundred, hundredth. 500, five hundred, five hundredth. 1,000, one ...