9743, 8755, 6721, 4789
167 may be written as one hundred sixty-seven. A hyphen should always be used between the tens and units digits when writing out numbers, but never between the hundreds and tens digits.
it is true
You would need infinitely many digits to write all numbers. However, to write all whole number (integers) you would need 4243.
-- The decimal system (base-10) uses 10 digits to write all numbers. -- The binary system (base-2) uses 2 digits to write all numbers.
Expressed in digits, this is equal to 14,500,000.
Expressed in digits, this is written 200,000.
701 723 745 767
The number 19.00 has 4 significant digits. When you place digits on both sides of a decimal point you are indicating that all the digits on both sides are significant, so when you write 19.00 what you are saying is the the value of the number is 19.00±0.005
If you use each number once, there are six combinations.
write the number 9write some numbers to the left of the 9. These are tens, hundreds, etcput a decimal place to the right of the 9 you wrote in step 1, and write some more numbers to the right of that. these are tenths, hundredths, etc
Write down the numbers from 1000 to 9999.
if you go to the insert, symbols selection tab, there should be hundreds and hundreds of symbols in there. I'm sure some of them are Egyptian numbers:)
put the nine in the 100 place like 987
In the Hindu-Arabic numeral system (which we all use today), every digit has a place value, which is an increasing power of ten from the right. That is, units, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on. Where a place value has no value, we write the digit zero (0) as a place-holder. Thus the placement of the digits 1024 tell us that there are four units, two tens, no hundreds and one thousands, which we read as one-thousand-and-twenty-four.