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In the number 14000, there are 4 tens (4 x 10 = 40), 0 hundreds, and 1 thousand. This is because the digit 4 is in the tens place, the digit 0 is in the hundreds place, and the digit 1 is in the thousands place. Each place value represents a power of 10, with the rightmost place being ones, the next being tens, then hundreds, and so on.

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Q: How many tens hundreds and thousands are in the number 14000?

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14000/100 = 140 of them.

How many thousands equal 50 hundreds?

how many tens,hundreds, and thousands in 12,000

8 thousands

90 hundreds = 90 x 100 = 9000 Number of thousands in 9000 = 9000/1000 = 9

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14000/100 = 140 of them.

3000 has 3 thousands, 30 hundreds and 300 tens. 40000 has 40 thousands, 400 hundreds and 4000 tens. 500000 has 500 thousands, 5000 hundreds and 50000 tens. 6000000 has 6000 thousands, 60000 hundreds and 600000 tens.

How many thousands equal 50 hundreds?

30 hundreds are in 3 thousands

how many tens,hundreds, and thousands in 12,000

8 thousands

Yes.

We don't know the precise number, but it was in the hundreds of thousands.

There are a hundred lots of thousands in a hundred thousand.

Hundreds of thousands.

90 hundreds = 90 x 100 = 9000 Number of thousands in 9000 = 9000/1000 = 9

Oh, dude, that's like a math riddle straight out of a textbook. So, let's break it down: if we have twice as many thousands as ones, that means the thousands digit has to be 8 (since 8x2=16). Then, twice as many ones as hundreds means the ones digit is 2 (since 2x2=4). And finally, twice as many hundreds as tens means the hundreds digit is 4 (since 4x2=8). So, the number is 8422. Math can be fun, right?