Numbers in Words

A 180

B 1,800

C 18,000

D 180,000

E 1,800,000

F 904

G 9,040

H 90,400

I 904,000

J 9,040,000

K 1,451

L 14,510

M 145,100

N 1,451,000

O 14,510,000

P 515

Q 5,150

R 51,500

S 515,000

T 5,150,000

U 179

V 1,790

W 17,900

X 179,000

Y 1,790,000

Z 17,900,000

Find the five-letter words from the following clues:

First Word:

  • One hundred and eighty thousand
  • Nine hundred and four thousand
  • Nine thousand and forty
  • Five million, one hundred and fifty thousand
  • Nine hundred and four thousand
  • Correct Wrong

    Second Word:

  • One hundred and eighty
  • Five thousand, one hundred and fifty
  • Fourteen thousand, five hundred and ten
  • One hundred and seventy nine
  • One million, eight hundred thousand
  • Correct Wrong

    The clues are not necessarily in the right order.





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