5th Grade Math
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How do you write 6,549,920 and 945,209?
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6,549,920
Six million, five hundred fortynine thousand, nine hundred twenty.
How would you write 945,209? 
Nine Hundred Forty Five Thousand Two Hundred and Nine

Right! :)

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Ooops! Take out "and." The word "and" means a decimal point.

what is the answer for 27 metres and 16 cm plus 13 metres and 58 cm

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i need help finding the lowest common denominator for this
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