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117,000 = one hundred seventeen thousand.

To help you learn how to write other numbers like this, just remember that if it's "thousand", that means there will be 3 digits to the right of the comma (unless there's a decimal, see below).

If it's one hundred seventeen thousand, four hundred thirty five dollars and fifteen cents it's $117,435.15.

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