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# How do you write numbers in standard notation?

Updated: 10/10/2023 Wiki User

13y ago

A standard number is a "regular number" such as 5978 or 154278963152.

Standard Form: 123

Expanded Form: 100 + 20 + 3

Written Form: one hundred twenty-three

Tips:

Furthermore, if you have a hard time remembering this, think of it as this way:

The standard form is normal. Standard means the original number.

The expanded form means the largest way. Expand means to make something big.

The written form is writing the number down in words. Written reminds me of language arts. So convert the "math number" into a "language art number". Wiki User

13y ago   Wiki User

12y ago

1= one

2= two

3= three

4= four

5= five

6= six

7= seven

8= eight

9= nine

10= ten

100= one hundred

1000= one thousand   Wiki User

13y ago

This is very easy. A number in standard notation is essentially just writing the number. Example 500 in standard notation is 500. 500 thousand in standard notation is 500,000.   Wiki User

12y ago

21 thru 99 are hyphenated but not the TENS numbers. Do not use AND unless you are indicating a decimal. Otherwise write out the words as you would pronounce the number.   Earn +20 pts  