And then you say five hundred and eighty-four thousand, so then you have your five hundred and eighty-four thousand, so then you write that down, , keeping in mind that you're going to need three digits to the right of that.
Now, I said it'll become a little bit of second nature to you in a little bit, and the way to think about that, the easiest way to think about that, is millions will have six zeroes behind them, thousands will have three zeroes behind them, and just regular numbers have no zeroes behind them.
And what is that when we write it out? That is six hundred and forty-five million. We have six hundred forty-five millions. That is six hundred and forty-five million. So we could view that as times 1, So then you just havewhich obviously equals just And what is that when we write it out?
That's just this part of the number. And then finally, we have four hundred sixty-two, and that's juststraight up.
So let me write the thousand. And what's that going to look like?