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One thousand.

10

hundred thousands

One hundred is one-thousandth of one hundred thousand.

A thousand.

nine hundred ninety nine thousand, nine hundred, ninety nine

Nine hundred ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred ninety-nine

100 is 1/1000th of 100,000. So, you could say it is one thousand times less.

Very simply imagined by asking how many times a hundred will go into a thousand. If you find that the answer is ten then you can say that one hundred is ten times less than one thousand. (1000÷100=10)

4,312,800

A trillion is commonly 1,000,000,000,000 or one million million. So half a trillion would be 500,000,000,000 or five hundred thousand million. Less commonly, but still accepted in some places, a trillion is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 or one million million million. So half a trillion would be 500,000,000,000,000,000 or five hundred thousand million million.

270,000 is less than a million. It would be 0.27 (27/100) of a million-- around a quarter million.

That will depend on what amounts you are jumping in. So you could say a hundred million and one. If you were jumping in a decimal value, it would be less than that. If you are talking in terms of powers of 10, then it would be a thousand million.

9,900 (nine thousand nine hundred)

One hundred-thousand, minus one hundred equals ninety-nine thousand nine-hundred (99,900).

eleven thousand.

4066211 − 10000 = 4056211 (four million, fifty-six thousand, two hundred and eleven)

five hundred and sixty thousand three hundred and thirteen - 100000 = 560,313 - 100,000 = 460,313 = four hundred and sixty thousand, three hundred and thirteen.

Yes. It is one hundred million less than one billion.

Since it's less than fifty thousand, it rounds to zero.

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.

Always look for the "comma" numbers first, such as thousand, million, and so on. In this case, we have 38 thousands, so the first part of our answer is 38,. Anything in the hundreds or less goes after the comma. So, thirty eight thousand and four hundred is written as 38,400.

(M)(M)(M)(M)(C)(C)(L)MCMLCC * (M) is a million, so (M)(M)(M)(M) is four million * (C) is a hundred thousand, so (C)(C) is two hundred thousand * (L) is fifty thousand * M is one thousand * CM is one hundred less than 1000, so 900 * L is fifty, C is ten, so LCC is fifty and ten and ten = 70.

No. The universe is many times larger than that. One hundred million meters is less than a third of the distance to the moon, the closest natural object to Earth. The universe is about 8.8*10^26 meters across. In names of numbers that works out to eight hundred eighty septillion or eight hundred eighty million million million millions.

9,900