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A simple rule for using numbers in writing is that small numbers ranging from one to ten (or one to nine, depending on the style guide) should generally be spelled out. Larger numbers (i.e., above ten) are written as numerals.
Rule 1. Spell out all numbers beginning a sentence. Rule 2a. Hyphenate all compound numbers from twenty-one through ninety-nine. Rule 2b. Hyphenate all written-out fractions. Rule 3a. With figures of four or more digits, use commas. Rule 3b. Rule 3c. Rule 4a. Rule 4b.
LARGE NUMBERS: When large numbers must be spelled out, use a hyphen to connect a word ending in y to another word. do not use commas between other separate words that are part of one number: twenty. thirty. twenty-one. thirty-one. one hundred forty-three. one thousand one hundred fifty-five. one million two hundred
Use a colon to introduce the list items only if a complete sentence precedes the list. Use both opening and closing parentheses on the list item numbers or letters: (a) item, (b) item, etc. Use either regular Arabic numbers or lowercase letters within the parentheses, but use them consistently.
Many, for example, advise spelling numbers 1-10 and using numerals for eleven and up. I don't follow that rule because I don't like the way 11 looks in a sentence.
Numbers and Words. The words for 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 are: eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen and twenty. After twenty, there is a pattern to the words.
A simple rule for using numbers in writing is that small numbers ranging from one to ten (or one to nine, depending on the style guide) should generally be spelled out. Larger numbers (i.e., above ten) are written as numerals.
Cardinal and ordinal numbers above twelve and twelfth should be written in either figures or words as seems in each case more convenient.
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