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We would write ‘twenty-four thousand' to express 24000 in words. It is the right way to write and pronounce the number 24000. For example, if we want to convey that the number written here is 24000, we would say, “the number is twenty-four thousand”.
24000 is a natural number with five digits. Natural numbers are those in mathematics which start from 1. For example, 1, 2, 3, …, and up to 9 are one-digit natural numbers. While 10, 11, 12, …, and up to infinity are also natural numbers. Therefore, we can say 24000 is also a natural number.
It is also an even number. When divided by 2, every number gives zero as a remainder are even numbers. 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 are one-digit even numbers, while 10, 26, 84, etc., are examples of two-digit even numbers. Thus, every number ending with any one-digit even number is also even. Therefore, 24000 is also even.
It is also a composite number. Whenever a number is divided by some other number, including 1 and itself, the remainder is zero, it is said to be a composite number. For example, 30 can be divided by 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 10, and the remainder is zero. Therefore, 24000 is also a composite number.
Place value is the digits’ position in a number. The digits ‘8’ and ‘6’ in the number 68 have different positions, such that ‘8’ has the place value ‘ten’ while ‘6’ has the place value ‘one’.
Hundred, thousand, and ten thousand are the place values for three, four, and five-digit numbers, respectively, to describe digits’ positions in a number. let's observe different places of digits according to their places:
Digit’s place | Ten thousand | Thousand | Hundred | Ten | One |
Digit | 2 | 4 | 0 | 0 | 0 |
Therefore, each digit in 24000 has the following place values:
The place value of 2 is ‘ten thousand’.
The place value of 4 is ‘thousand’.
The place value of 0 is ‘hundred’.
The place value of 0 is ‘ten’.
The place value of 0 is ‘one’.
We have ‘2’ in the ‘ten thousand’ place, ‘4’ in the ‘thousand’ place, ‘0’ in the ‘hundred’ place, ‘0’ in the ‘ten’ place, and ‘0’ in the ‘one’ place. Thus, it can be expanded with the help of the place values of the number.
\begin{aligned}
&2 \times \text { Ten thousand }+4 \times \text { Thousand }+0 \times \text { Hundred }+0 \times \text { Ten }+0 \times \text { One }
\\&=2 \times 10000+4 \times 1000+0 \times 100+0 \times 10+0 \times 1
\\&=24000
\\&=\text { Twenty Four thousand }
\end{aligned}
Thus, 24000 is written as ‘twenty-four thousand.’
When you divide a number by another number such that we get zero as the remainder, we say that the first number is divisible by the second number. For example, when we divide 20 by 2, 4 and 5, we get zero as the remainder. Hence, 20 is divisible by 2, 4 and 5.
There are different rules of divisibility to determine the divisibility of a number. For example, a number must be an even number to be divisible by 2. An odd number will not be divisible by 2. For example, 20 is divisible by 2 as it is even, but 21 is not as it is an odd number. On the other side, 21 is divisible by 3 as the sum of its digits is a 3, a multiple of 3. This way, we can find that 24000 is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, and so on.
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23999 comes before, while 24001 comes after 24000.
No, it is not a prime number. It is a composite number.
No. It is because when you divide 24000 by 11, the remainder will not be zero.
No, it is not a perfect square.
No, it is not a perfect cube.
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