Three of them.
what number is three hundreds greater than 47,251
Remember you have Tens of Thousands, Tens, and Units all as 0's the number you describe is "Five Hundred and Six Thousand, Three Hundred" 506,300 Biggest numbers come first:-
A three story house can cost up to hundreds and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
15 ten thousands is essentially 1 hundred thousand and 5 ten thousands, so the number is One million and fifty-six thousand, three hundred and seven, or 1,056,307.
This number 3,000,712,000,000 is written three trillion seven hundred and twelve million. The zeros in the billions, thousands and hundreds values are ignored.
Five hundred thousands is 500,000 Three hundreds is 300 Eight tens is 80 Ninety four thousands is 94,000 Six ones is 6 Combined they give you 594,386 Note that when we describe numbers in words we usually do it in descending order, so we would normally refer to it as "five hundred ninety-four thousand three hundred eighty-six" or "five hundred thousands, nine ten thousands, four thousands, three hundreds, eight tens, and six ones"
thirty-three one-hundreds = 3,300 thirty-three one-hundredths = 0.33
six thousands, six hundreds, four tens, three ones
it is 10 times smaller on the left is thousands 3,333,333 three million, three hundred and thirty-three thousand, three hundred and thirty-three
38977 is in ones place9 is in tens place (and is three times the number in thousands place)8 is in the hundreds place3 is in the thousands place7+9+8+3=27
200,000. Since the number 200 is in the hundreds, it will be 3 digits long. A number in the thousands has at least 4 digits, and up to 6. The number one thousand is written like this: 1,000. Putting the number 1 in the thousands requires adding 3 zeros to the end of it, so writing the number 200 in the thousands would require the same strategy. Therefore, you'd get to your answer: 200,000.
Hundreds and hundreds if not thousands of players. On the four major tours each week you would find maybe three of the players won with a Titleist ball.
The number is three hundred eighty-two. Therefore, the 3 is in the hundreds place.
Hundreds and hundreds are the same thing. If you are looking for this number in figures, this would be equal to 3,000 - more commonly pronounced three thousand.
As a number it is: 1,003,012
This is to aid the reading of the number and putting it into words. When looking at the place-value table the columns starting from the one before the decimal point and moving left are labelled: Ones (or Units), tens, hundreds, thousands, ten-thousands, hundred-thousands, millions, ten-millions, hundred-millions, and so on. If you look at these labels you will see that they are in sets of three: Ones, tens, hundreds; Thousands, ten-thousands, hundred-thousands Millions, ten-millions, hundred-millions etc. An in each set of three there is: Units, Tens Hundreds, The Units is used as a "multiplier" for the group of three: (Units, tens, hundreds) times One; (Units, tens, hundreds) times thousand; (Units, ten, hundreds) times million, and so on. Writing large numbers in groups of three helps the reading as each group is read as however many hundreds, how ever many tens and however many units and then followed by the "multiplier" of Ones, Thousands, Millions, etc (though for Ones the multiplier isn't said as ones, but omitted). Commas are use to "keep" the number together; spaces can be used but it might be considered as more than one number. When the coma is used as a decimal comma (like on mainland Europe) a full stop is used to separate the groups of three. Thus, to read 123,456,789 becomes easy; it is 123 millions, 456 thousands, 789 which in words is one hundred and twenty three million, four hundred and fifty six, seven hundred and eighty nine. The commas of the digit form being put in the word form help to insert little pauses between each group and make it easier to read (by allowing time for a breath and the eyes to scan forward for the next phrase of the number).