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The number 27 can be written in words as Twenty Seven. For example, if there are 27 students in your class, you can say ‘i have Twenty Seven classmates in school’. In order to write 27 in words we need to understand how the place value system works. We will also look into some other interesting facts about the number 27.

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In order to write 27 in words we need to see the place value of each digit. Look at the following table

Place Value Name | Tens | Ones |

Digits | 2 | 7 |

Place Value | \begin{aligned} & 2 \times 10^1\\ &=20 \end{aligned} | \begin{aligned} & 7 \times 10^0\\ &=7 \end{aligned} |

As you can see from the table above the number 2 is in the tens place and number 7 is in the ones place. When a number is in the tens place we use a different way of writing it. Look at the following table.

Digit in Tens Place | Numeral Representation | Name |

1 | 10 | Ten |

2 | 20 | Twenty |

3 | 30 | Thirty |

4 | 40 | Forty |

5 | 50 | Fifty |

6 | 60 | Sixty |

7 | 70 | Seventy |

8 | 80 | Eighty |

9 | 90 | Ninety |

Based on the above table we can tell that if 2 is in the tens place it will be written as Twenty. Therefore, the number 27 will be written as Twenty Seven.

The number 27 can be written as follows mathematically

\begin{aligned}

&2 \times \text { Ten }+7 \times \text { One } \\

&=2 \times 10+7 \times 1 \\

&=20+7 \quad \Rightarrow \text { Twenty }+\text { Seven } \\

&=27 \quad \Rightarrow \text { Twenty Seven }

\end{aligned}

Following are some of the important facts about the number 27

27 is an odd number. An easy way to recognize an odd number is by looking at the ones place digit of the number, if it is 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9, it is an odd number. Another way to recognize whether a number is odd or not, divide it by the number 2.

\begin{aligned}

& \frac{27}{2}=13.5

\end{aligned}

27 is not a prime number, in order to be a prime a number requires to have only 2 factors, itself and the number 1. However, 27 has the following factors

\begin{aligned}

&1, 3, 9, 27

\end{aligned}

Since 27 has 4 factors, it is not a prime number.

27 is not a perfect square. This means the square root of this number does not resolve into a whole number

\begin{aligned}

&\sqrt[2]{27}=5.196

\end{aligned}

27 is a perfect cube of the number 3. If we cube the number 3 we get the following

\begin{aligned}

&3^3=3\times3\times3\\

&=9\times3\\

&=27

\end{aligned}

**You can find out the detailed other number in words article list below:-**

1. How do you write the number 27 in words?

27 in words will be written as Twenty Seven.

2. What is an even number? Is 27 an even number?

A number is called even if it is divisible by the number 2. To identify an even number, look at the number in the one's place. If it is 2, 4, 6, 8, or 0 it is an even number. Since the digit in ones place of 27 is seven, it is not an even number.

3. What are the Prime Factors of the number 27?

The number 27 only has 3 as its prime factor.

4. What is a natural number?

Natural numbers are a set of numbers that start at 1 and continue endlessly to infinity. However, the number 0 is not included in natural numbers. There are also no fractions or decimals in natural numbers.

5. What do you get when you add 16 to 11? Write the answer in words.

he above problem can be solved as follows

\begin{aligned}

&16 + 11 = 27\\

&\hspace{14mm}= \text{Twenty Seven}

\end{aligned}

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