Really ? :|

But yeah its three hundred and four thousand, three hundred and sixty seven

But yeah its three hundred and four thousand, three hundred and sixty seven

Really ? :|

But yeah its three hundred and four thousand, three hundred and sixty seven

But yeah its three hundred and four thousand, three hundred and sixty seven

Three hundred and four thousand three hundred sixty seven

It is written: Three-hundred and four-thousand, three-hundred and sixty-seven.

With hyphens. Also, there doesn't have to be a comma, but it is an understood caesura.

With hyphens. Also, there doesn't have to be a comma, but it is an understood caesura.

I learned to write this number as

**three hundred four thousand three hundred sixty-seven.**
There are differences between British and American English on several points, one of which is the use of "and" between hundreds and tens.

For numbers greater than one, a hyphen is used only for the tens-ones combinations greater than twenty,*forty-three*, for example. A comma is not used to delimit the different periods. (The names of the numbers do that.)

A hyphen may also be used in the place value portion of fractions less than one thousandth, as in "three ten-thousandths."

For numbers greater than one, a hyphen is used only for the tens-ones combinations greater than twenty,

A hyphen may also be used in the place value portion of fractions less than one thousandth, as in "three ten-thousandths."

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