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7999.99... recurring.

7999.99... recurring.

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in this number 8 is in place with a value of 100 thousand



The 8 is in the ten thousands' place so its value is 8 lots of ten thousand which is eighty thousand.





If you mean as a number then it is: 1,008,000



No number, when rounded to the nearest thousand, can round to 8.


Write 18702 Underline the 8. It is in the thousand position. Circle the 7. It will determine if 8 stays the same or goes up. It is 5 or greater so the 8 goes to 9. 19000 is the closest thousand.



the 8 would be at the ten-thousand place value


In a two digit number the thousand place is not defined.



1,000 is also equal to 999.99999 repeating.


The positional place value of 8 in the given number represents 80,000 = eighty thousand


If an atom is neutral, then it will have the same number of electrons as protons. In addition, the atomic number is the same as the number of protons. Oxygen's atomic number is 8, so it has 8 protons, and 8 electrons.


I think it means 1 thousand 8 hundred 32.


It is written like this - 8,000 8 000


8 thousand in fraction = 8000/1


Note: to find the number divide the thousand by eight, thus: 1000 ÷ 8 = 125Therefore, the answer is 125 x 8 = 1000


Adding a negative number is the same as subtracting a number. Therefore, 55 + (-8) = 55 - 8 = 47


2008 tenths is the same as 2008 / 10. Therefore, two thousand and eight tenths = 200.8


The atomic number is always same as the number of protons; in this instance, 8.


You write 8 million 8 thousand 278 as 8,008,278



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