Math and Arithmetic

# How is 24.54 million written in numerical form?

24,540,000 in numerical form or 2.454*107 in standard form

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okay so you have the number, four million- in numerical form it looks like, 4,000,000- your just wright the number the word is telling you.

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98.16 = 9816/100 = 2454/25 and that cannot be simplified further.

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