- Writing Numbers in Fiction The Editor's Blog
- MLA Using Sources Correctly - Welcome -
- Introduction to Randomness
- Using an Excel worksheet - Writing Equations
Writing Numbers in Fiction The Editor's Blog
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Introduction to Randomness
It says "spell them out for clarity:," but then it uses numbers in the examples.
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“Three,” “3” and “III” are all symbols used to express the same number (or the concept of “threeness”). The small numbers, such as whole numbers smaller than ten, should be spelled out. If you don’t spell numbers out it will look like you’re sending an instant message, and you want to be more formal than that in your writing. No other standard rule: Experts don’t always agree on other rules. In Continental Europe the opposite is true, periods are used to separate large numbers and the comma is used for decimals. Use “About 400 million people speak Spanish natively,” instead of “About 400,000,000 people speak Spanish natively If you’re using the exact number, you’d write it out, of course.
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