Math, 7th grade
posted by Jon .
We're learning Expanded, Multiplicative, Exponential and Algebraic form. I don't know how to do Algebraic form. The question says What is $2,367.00 in Algebraic form?

2*10^3+3*10^2+6*10 + 7
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