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As many as you want. An unlimited number of ways.

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How many languages can you write......? The answer: a lot (depending on the above question)

There are three ways you can write the number 10. You can use X, as in Roman numerals, ten, or 10.

Only one, in terms of numbers: 20,000

If you use each number once, there are six combinations.

As many as you want.

There are many different ways one might write the numbers '608.' If one desires to write the numbers '608' in Roman numerals, one would write 'DCVIII.'

An infinite amount of ways. You could write it in every language in the world for starters. Numerically it can also be written in an infinite amount of sums and multiplications. e.g. you could write it as 0.1+13.9, then half the 0.1 and write 0.05+13.95, then half that and have 0.025+13.975 etc. So yeah, lots and lots of different ways you can write 14, in fact too many different ways to be able to count them all.

Many different people have many different types of ideologies.

Jerry Spinelli writes many different books with many different categories.

120

Shakespeare did not write novels. Ever. The Tempest is not a novel. It is a totally different thing called a play.

I suspect that something very important is missing from your question. It would go between the words "write" and "as", and it would be a number. The answer to the question would be a positive whole number greater than ' 1 '.

500 different ways

The number 34.5 can be written as a fraction in many different ways. One of them is 34 1/2. This is a combination of whole number and fraction. You could also write it as 69/2.

at least 17

many different people

Only one!

Monteverdi wrote a large number of works of different types. A good overview can be found via the link below.

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Different flowers have different number of stamens.

One. And that is 84.

You write the element symbol followed by a number to tell how many of those atoms there are.

As many as you want. You can write any number of additions, subtractions, etc. that result in this number.