The answer depends on what was wrong with it.
You WRITE (not right!) it as 730,096
2,160,500 = two million, one hundred sixty thousand, five hundred.
Two million four hundred thirty thousand and ninety
Thirty-four million two hundred nine thousand seven hundred ninety-seven.
Thirty-four billion, six hundred seventy-one million, one hundred eleven thousand, eight hundred.
five million, seven hundred eighty-three thousand, eight hundred twenty-five
Ten Million, three hundred and seventy two thousand,seven hundred and ninety five
Five billion, six hundred seventy-three million, six hundred sixty-one thousand, six hundred ninety-six.
Eight hundred forty-three billion, two hundred eight million, seven hundred thirty-two thousand, eight hundred thirty-three.
5248663711 = five billion two hundred forty-eight million six hundred sixty-three thousand seven hundred eleven.
Yes, that is correct.
The number 1000000.0001 shows the range from a million to ten thousandth. The place values from left to right are million, hundred thousand, ten thousand, thousand, hundred, ten, one, tenth, hundredth, thousandth and ten thousandth. Either spelled out or written as numbers, that is the contents of your chart.
You would write it as 24,130,000 or 24 130 000
5,000,620 (the first comma FROM THE RIGHT says "thousand", but here there are no thousands, so we don't say anything. The second comma FROM THE RIGHT says "million").
I think it's 172,000,000 but I'm not sure. * * * * * No. You are right to doubt yourself. 170 thousand million is 170 billion = 170,000,000,000
Write the number in blocks of three digits from the right hand end, then read each block from the left with the relevant multiplier: 6790062216 => 6 790 062 216: Short scale (as used in US): six billion, seven hundred and ninety million, sixty two thousand, two hundred and sixteen. Long scale (as used in Europe): six thousand million, seven hundred and ninety million, sixty two thousand, two hundred and sixteen. Alternative long scale: six milliard, seven hundred and ninety million, sixty two thousand, two hundred and sixteen.
four hundred thousand, six hundred.
Two hundred thousand, one hundred.
Split the number into blocks of three digits each from the right hand end (the last bock on the left may have less than three digits in it).Read each block of three digits from the left hand end in terms of hundreds-tens-units and follow it by the appropriate multiplier ([none], "thousand", "million", etc)423090709000 -> 423 090 709 000Using the short scale, the multipliers (from the right hand end) are [none], "thousand", "million", "billion", "trillion", etc, so the number is:Four hundred and twenty three billion, ninety million, seven hundred and nine thousand.Using the long scale, the multipliers are [none], "thousand", "million", "thousand million" (or "milliard"), "billion", etc, so the number is:Four hundred and twenty three thousand million, ninety million, seven hundred and nine thousand.