How to convert numbers to words in OT?
In trying to create a useful numbers ot words translator I figured I’d just try to translate each number into the most commonly used name, and one that is consistent with the rest of the number names. To slightly complicate the issue further, there are multiple possible spellings of the same name.
How to make a number into a word?
Enter the whole number in the box to the left of the decimal point. Enter the decimal number in the box to the right of the decimal point. If the number is 346,894 then type “346,894” (no quotation marks).
Is there a way to pronounce the number 1000?
It can even help to answer a worksheet of cardinal and ordinal numbers. To use this calculator/converter just fill in any number and then click on the button ‘Convert to Words’. To hear the pronunciation, please click on the play buttons.
How are numbers converted to words in calculator?
The trick is that the second block from the right gets “thousand” added to it, the second gets “million,” the third, “billion,” and so forth. Going back to our example, 3 becomes “three million,” and 251 becomes “two hundred fifty-one thousand.”
How can I convert 653.67 into a word?
If you type “653.67”, the computer will use “653” to calculate the answer. To convert “.67” into words, type “67” to the right of the decimal point in the “Enter decimal fraction” box. If you type “ghblxz”, the computer will use ” ” to calculate the answer. To clear the entry boxes click “Reset”.
When did the word bymillion appear in the Dictionary?
It’s interesting that standard “dictionary” words for very large numbers didn’t appear in English until around the 1400s. The words bymillion and trimillion appeared for the first time in a 1475 manuscript of Jehan Adam. Some languages have a very small emphasis on numbers.