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Words in Digits

Write the numbers given in words using digits.

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This is level 4: numbers 1001 to 99999 words to digits. You will be awarded a trophy if you get at least 7 answers correct and you do this activity online. Please do not put commas in your answers.

1

Ten thousand, two hundred and ninety seven

2

Fifteen thousand, one hundred and twenty five

3

Twenty one thousand, nine hundred and seventy three

4

Thirty thousand, eight hundred and sixty four

5

Forty one thousand, four hundred and eighty seven

6

Fifty five thousand, five hundred and three

7

Sixty five thousand, seven hundred and fifty two

8

Seventy thousand, five hundred and forty

9

Eighty five thousand and seventy three

10

Ninety two thousand, seven hundred and sixty five

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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

99971 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and seventy one
99954 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and fifty four
99927 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and twenty seven
99912 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and twelve
99946 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and forty six
99991 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and ninety one
99954 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and fifty four
99938 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and thirty eight
99971 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and seventy one
99933 = Ninety nine thousand, nine hundred and thirty three

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