If you say 1060640 as "one million sixty thousand six hundred forty", and the listener doesn't quite get, then, to really clarify things, you might try saying: one comma zero six zero comma six four zero.

kingfisher17587

Hi Here is the answer: 107 = one hundred seven 170 = one hundred seventy 1007 = one thousand seven 1070 = one thousand seventy 1700 = one thousand seven hundred 1701 = one thousand seven hundred one 17587 = seventeen thousand five hundred eighty seven

anonymousHere is the answer:

107 = one hundred seven

170 = one hundred seventy

1007 = one thousand seven

1070 = one thousand seventy

1700 = one thousand seven hundred

1701 = one thousand seven hundred one

17587 = seventeen thousand five hundred eighty seven

anonymousanonymousWe will be happy to check it for you.

Clive

CliveI came across your answer. Have one question here.

When you just want to inform the number to someone, like in accounting dept, can you read number like this:

17589.63

seventeen five eight nine sixty three cents

If so, how about 10007.25

ten thousand seven dollars and twenty-five cents

Do you have a short version for this?

Thank you.

anonymousWhen you just want to inform the number to someone, like in accounting dept, can you read number like this:

17589.63

seventeen five eight nine dollars and sixty three cents

If so, how about 10007.25

ten thousand and seven dollars and twenty-five cents

Do you have a short version for this?

CliveSo you can actually read numbers like this at work place.

How about 1234.56?

So you can read it like twelve thirty-four dollars and fifty-six cents?

Thanks!

anonymousI would say it as you have done.

Clivehundred seventy

one thousand seven

thousand seventy

anonymous