two hundred forty-one thousandths
You would round the number UP - to read 17.3
At a temperature of -40 (minus forty) degrees, the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales read the same number.
If this were a real word, it would mean "fear of the number 666."
That is normally punctuated 1,000,000,000,000,000 and would be read as a quadrillion. ■
That number, which we could also write as 38,200,000,000 would be read as thirty eight billion, two hundred million.
You would round the number up - to read 204.9
You would round the number up - to read 7.040
read the number in front of it.........that's how you do itlove and peace
negative 40 degrees
You would round the number UP - to read 39.9910 (or 39.991)
The answer to this would depend entirely on the local court system of the jurisdiction involved.
Yes, I would. Although it is a fictional story, it has some realistic parts in it.
Depends on your reading speed. Try reading a few pages, then divide the time it took by the number of pages to find the amount of time it takes you to read an average page. Then multiply that number by the number of pages in the book. You'll have an estimate of how long it would take to read. An average reader can get through "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" in a week.
.53 is the hundredths, read "fifty-three hundredths". If you drop the last 4, the whole number would read "Two and fifty-three hundredths".
Material Safety Data Sheet - warns of chemical hazards, toxicity, and disposal considerations and is read before a chemical is used.
peter read the psalm
Psalm 147 is read.
The number would be read as "twelve and eight-hundred seventy-three thousandths".
Any whole number is always over 1. So your answer would read 45/1
6307200 = Six million, three hundred and seven thousand, two hundred.