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Words in Digits

Write the given numbers in words. Do not put commas in your answers for this exercise.

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This is level 10: numbers 101 to 99999 digits to words You can earn a trophy if you get at least 7 questions correct.

1126 Correct Wrong
14446 Correct Wrong
25980 Correct Wrong
31070 Correct Wrong
43448 Correct Wrong
52616 Correct Wrong
67895 Correct Wrong
77897 Correct Wrong
87039 Correct Wrong
91387 Correct Wrong
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Try your best to answer the questions above. Type your answers into the boxes provided leaving no spaces. As you work through the exercise regularly click the "check" button. If you have any wrong answers, do your best to do corrections but if there is anything you don't understand, please ask your teacher for help.

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Level 1 - Numbers 11 to 99 words to digits

Level 2 - Numbers 11 to 999 words to digits

Level 3 - Numbers 101 to 9999 words to digits

Level 4 - Numbers 1001 to 99999 words to digits

Level 5 - Numbers 1001 to 999999 words to digits

Level 6 - Numbers 1001 to 19999999 words to digits

Level 7 - Numbers 11 to 99 digits to words

Level 8 - Numbers 11 to 999 digits to words

Level 9 - Numbers 101 to 9999 digits to words

Level 10 - Numbers 101 to 99999 digits to words

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Examples

99929 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and twenty nine
99902 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and two
99909 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and nine
99927 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and twenty seven
99900 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred
99973 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and seventy three
99972 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and seventy two
99932 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and thirty two
99924 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and twenty four
99911 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and eleven

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