Date: 2017-05-13 01:08
This is a complex topic, with many exceptions, and there is no consistency we can rely on among blogs, books, newspapers, and magazines. This chapter will confine itself to rules that all media seem to agree on.
Note that the spaces inside large numbers should preferably be shorter than inter-word spaces for instance \, in LaTeX. It looks a bit strange otherwise.
Interesting article. I didn 8767 t know the rules varied. I just assumed numbers should all be written out. Good to know. Thanks for sharing.
Also, when expressing whole dollar values, you do not add the decimal sign with two zeros. For example, you would write $65/hr. or $65 per hour, omitting the decimal sign and zeros.
Fortunately, in Spanish there is no difference between there is and there are. You can say both of them with a single word:
Please help me. Does the use of commas in amounts apply to foreign currencies in an English article For instance, R$ in Portuguese would change into R$ 6,555 if the article is in English? (R$ is the symbol for Real, the Brazilian currency)
You know how you tell yourself you are studying because you have your certification books opened in front of you? But you are really clicking on Stumble Upon to find interesting posts to read?
Emmanuel says But “seventeen point twelve percent of the data applies to all of our six hundred and forty two units and the rest only concerns the items that are stored in area three seven two” is confusing, and the numbers here should be written in digits.
Thank you, Michael, for the useful info. I 8767 ve always known about Rule 7 and it 8767 s good that I can cite you as a good source, just in case 🙂 I 8767 m into module writing and we title the module sections as Lesson 6 plus the title of the lesson. In this case, is it okay to write Lesson 6 instead of Lesson One? Thanks.