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A) Use numerals to write a ten digit number using the following information:
- digit 5 is in millions, thousands and ones place
-digit 7 is in hundred millions place
-digit 8 is in hundred thousand place
-digit 1 is in tens place
-digit 4 in in billions place
-digit 2 is in ten thousand place
-digit 9 is in hundreds place
-digit 3 in is ten millions place
B) write the number in words
C)round off the number you have got in (A) to the nearest:
-tens
-hundreds
-thousands
-ten thousands
-hundred thousand
-millions
ten millions
-billions
D)list the 8 numbers you have got in (C) in descending order

  • math -

    What part of this problem don;t you understand?

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  • math -

    i do not get part B&C
    and i would like to check part A
    the answers are as follows
    -5005005
    -700000000
    -800000
    -10
    -4000000000
    -20000
    -900
    -30000000

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    You need to write the digits for the 10 digit number:

    4,735,___,___

    B. four billion, seven hundred thirty-five million ________

    C. Rounded to the nearest billion:

    5,000,000,000

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    thank you
    can you please check the answers for part c
    tens- 20
    hundreds-900
    thousands-6000
    ten thousands-30000
    hundred thousand-800000
    millions-6000000
    ten millions-40000000
    billions-5000000000
    and help for part D

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