Numbers in Words

A 170

B 1,700

C 17,000

D 170,000

E 1,700,000

F 759

G 7,590

H 75,900

I 759,000

J 7,590,000

K 1,341

L 13,410

M 134,100

N 1,341,000

O 13,410,000

P 626

Q 6,260

R 62,600

S 626,000

T 6,260,000

U 112

V 1,120

W 11,200

X 112,000

Y 1,120,000

Z 11,200,000

Find the five-letter words from the following clues:

First Word:

  • One thousand, one hundred and twenty
  • One hundred and seventy
  • One hundred and twelve
  • One million, seven hundred thousand
  • Thirteen thousand, four hundred and ten
  • Correct Wrong

    Second Word:

  • One hundred and seventy thousand
  • Seven hundred and fifty nine thousand
  • Seven thousand, five hundred and ninety
  • Six million, two hundred and sixty thousand
  • Seven hundred and fifty nine thousand
  • Correct Wrong

    The clues are not necessarily in the right order.

     

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