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Q: In mathematics why do we say 20.72 as twenty point seven two why not as twenty point seventy two?

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You could write that number several ways:Twenty three point seven nineTwo three point seven nineTwenty-three and seventy-nine hundredthsTwenty-three seventy nine (usually the way you would refer to money)Twenty-three dollars and seventy-nine cents (a more formal reference to money)

Eight hundred twenty-three thousand, seven hundred seventy-four.

seven hundred seventy-seven million, seven hundred seventy-seven thousand, seven hundred seventy-seven.

Seven and a quarterSeven point two fiveSeven and twenty-five hundredths

0.77 is pronounced seventy seven hundredths.

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A carillon is an instrument that consists of a keyboard with an arrangement of twenty-three to seventy-seven bells.

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The number 823,774 is "eight hundred twenty-three thousand, seven hundred seventy-four."

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Seven hundred seventy-seven thousand, twenty-three.

Seventy-Three point Seven Hundred Seventy-Four or Seventy-Three and Seven Hundred Seventy-Four Thousandths

I was taught that decimals should be said as individual numbers, so this would be twenty-nine point seven five. I believe in some countries it would be twenty-nine point seventy-five.

You could write that number several ways:Twenty three point seven nineTwo three point seven nineTwenty-three and seventy-nine hundredthsTwenty-three seventy nine (usually the way you would refer to money)Twenty-three dollars and seventy-nine cents (a more formal reference to money)

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