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No, not if you are referring to expressing a number in words like nine billion one hundred ninety-two million six hundred thirty-one thousand seven hundred seventy.
Last edited by NOX Andrew; October 18th 2010 at 10:02 AM.
darn i have alot of commas to erace now
Originally Posted by ArchitecturalEngineer another dumb question Not a dumb question. I generally use commas to keep the reader from getting confused and make it easier to read.
No but then I always use scientific or engineering notation to avoid confusion.
For example 1 billion can be either 10^9 or 10^12 depending on which system you use
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