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Q: What is the unit form for 5 hundreds × 10?

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10 times 2/5

21.5 in expanded form = (2 x 10) + (1 x 1) + (5/10)

50 (nearly 51). But the fifty hundreds are in the form of 5 thousands: no left-over hundreds as such.

We expand 715 into 7 hundreds, 1 ten, and 5 ones. This can be written as 7(100) + 1(10) + 5(1) = 715.

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500 in standard form is 5.0 x 102

Put 321 into three columns: Hundreds, Tens, and units. Then you have 3 Hundreds, 2 tens and 1 unit. It therefore is 320. However, if the unit was from 5 -9, you would round the ten up to 3.

Hundreds.

Thousands are represented by an M and hundreds by a C. Fours are normally represented by the 5 unit (L=50 and V=5) preceded by a 1's unit (X=10 and I=1) to show 1 subtracted from 5. In this case the number would be MCMXLIV.

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