Is that a grammar question? Answer = twelve hundred (one thousand two hundred) (1200). Ten percent of eight thousand is eight hundred. Add half of that (four hundred) to get twelve hundred. Or multiply: .15 x 8000.
Yes. 1,200 (one thousand two hundred) = 12 multiplied by 100 or twelve one hundreds. Instead of saying, "one thousand two hundred" people have shortened it by saying, "twelve hundred."
Twelve hundred, or one thousand, two hundred.
1200 = twelve hundred or one thousand and two hundred
You cannot have such a number as one thousand twelve hundred, as these two components would interfere with place values. One thousand would be written 1000, while twelve hundred would be written 1200.
One thousand, two hundred twelve.
Two billion, one hundred twelve million, nine hundred twelve thousand.
one hundred : 100fifteen thousand : 15 000fifteen thousand one hundred : 15 100
The number makes no sense since twelve hundred is one thousand two hundred, and twelve thousand is one ten thousand and 2 thousands. You can't have 2 numbers occupying the same space in a number which 1 and 2 do in the thousand digit. However, one could propose that you add the two together giving 13,212
13212, nice one!
Two percent out of one hundred thousand dollars is two thousand dollars.
1,612one thousand six hundred and twelve
one twelve hundred thousandth of a foot
The decimal of nine and four thousand one hundred twelve ten-thousandths is 9.4112.
One hundred fourteen thousand, six hundred twelve.
One hundred twelve thousand, five hundred.
The sum is twenty three thousand,one hundred and ten
one hundred twenty-one thousand two hundred twelve
Three hundred twelve thousand, eight hundred nineteen
112,200 or 112200
One thousand two hundred or twelve hundred.
Either "one thousand two hundred and fifty" or "twelve hundred and fifty"
One million, two hundred thousand, two hundred three.