Three-digit Numbers in Numerals and Words

How to write three digit numbers in numerals and words?

There are three digits in a 3-digit number. According to their values, the digits are placed from right to left at one’s place, ten’s place and hundred’s place. Now to write numbers beyond 100, we can proceed in the same way as we proceeded in writing numbers beyond 10 and to name them follow the same pattern.

Number in Words or Number Name

One hundred

One hundred one

One hundred two 

One hundred three

One hundred four

One hundred five

One hundred six

One hundred seven

One hundred eight

One hundred nine

One hundred ten

One hundred eleven 

One hundred twelve

One hundred thirteen

One hundred fourteen

One hundred fifteen

One hundred sixteen

One hundred seventeen

One hundred eighteen

One hundred nineteen

One hundred twenty

One hundred twenty one

One hundred twelve two

One hundred twenty three

One hundred twenty four

One hundred twenty

One hundred twenty six

One hundred twenty seven

One hundred twenty eight

One hundred twenty nine

One thousand thirty

One hundred thirty one

One hundred thirty two

One hundred thirty three

One hundred thirty four

One hundred thirty five

One hundred thirty six

One hundred thirty seven

One hundred thirty eight

One hundred thirty nine

One hundred forty

One hundred forty one

One hundred forty two

One hundred forty three

One hundred forty four

One hundred forty five

One hundred forty six

One hundred forty seven

One hundred forty eight

One hundred forty nine

One hundred fifty

One hundred fifty one

One hundred fifty two

One hundred fifty three

One hundred fifty four

One hundred fifty five

One hundred fifty six

One hundred fifty seven

One hundred fifty eight

One hundred fifty nine

One hundred sixty

Number in Figures

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

107

180

109

110

111

112

113

114

115

116

117

118

119

120

121

122

123

124

125

126

127

128

129

130

131

132

133

134

135

136

137

138

139

140

141

142

143

144

145

146

147

148

149

150

151

152

153

154

155

156

157

158

159

160

To write numbers in words and figures beyond 160 we can follow the same pattern that we are following till now in three-digit numbers in numerals and words.

Number in Words or Number Name

One hundred seventy

One hundred eighty

One hundred ninety

Two hundred

Three hundred  

Four hundred 

Five hundred 

Six hundred 

Seven hundred

Eight hundred

Nine hundred

One thousand

Number in Figures

170

180

190

200

300

400

500

600

700

800.

900

1000

To write numbers beyond 1,000 we can follow the same pattern as we followed in three-digit numbers in numerals and words.

Here there are 2 categories to write 3-digit numbers i.e., numbers in numerals and numbers in words. 

3-digit number: 236

Numbers in numerals: 236

Numbers in words: Two hundred thirty six


Some examples for writing three-digit numbers in numerals and words:

(i) 255 - Two hundred fifty five

(ii) 309 - Three hundred nine

(iii) 476 - Four hundred seventy six

(iv) 507 - Five hundred seven

(v) 684 – Six hundred eighty four

(vi) 799 – Seven hundred ninety nine

(vi) 813 – Eight hundred thirteen

(vi) 845 – Eight hundred forty five

(vi) 973 – Nine hundred seventy three

(vi) 999 – Nine hundred ninety nine


Questions and Answers on Three-digit Numbers in Numerals and Words:

I. Write the numbers for the given number names:

(i) One hundred twenty-nine

(ii) Two hundred eighty-seven

(iii) Three hundred eighty-four

(iv) Four hundred nineteen

(v) Six hundred eighty-seven

(vi) Five hundred thirty-four

(vii) Seven hundred ninety-two

(viii) One hundred twenty-two

(ix) Five hundred thirty-six

(x) Nine hundred fifty-five

(xi) Four hundred forty-one

(xii) Nine hundred ninety-nine+

 

Answer:

I. (i) 129

(ii) 287

(iii) 384

(iv) 419

(v) 687

(vi) 534

(vii) 792

(viii) 122

(ix) 536

(x) 955

(xi) 441

(xii) 999


II. Write the number name for the given number.

(i) 340

(ii) 621

(iii) 216

(iv) 192

(v) 589

(vi) 958


Answer:

II. (i) Three hundred forty

(ii) Six hundred twenty-one

(iii) Two hundred sixteen

(iv) One hundred ninety-two

(v) Five hundred eighty-nine

(vi) Nine hundred fifty-eight



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