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34000. It is an enormous number. How do you think we would write 34000 in words? 34000 in words would be thirty-four thousand. Assume we are getting paid 34000 rupees for working in a company. A friend of ours asks us how much we get paid. What would we say? We would say, “I get paid thirty-four thousand rupees”. Thirty-four thousand is a cardinal number. It represents quantity. For example, if we get paid thirty-four thousand rupees, it denotes the amount or quantity of money. Now let us understand a bit about place values.

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Ten Thousands | Thousands | Hundreds | Tens | Units | |

Digit | 3 | 4 | 0 | 0 | 0 |

Place value | 3x104 | 4x103 | 0x102 | 0x101 | 0x100 |

Three x ten thousand + four x thousand + zero x hundred + zero x ten + zero x one

Which is equal to

3 x 10000 + 4 x 1000 + 0 x 100 + 0 x 10 + 0 x 1 = 34000

3 \times 10000+4 \times 1000+0 \times 100+0 \times 10+0 \times 1=34000

And 34000 in words will be thirty-four thousand.

The digit at the place of ten thousand is three.

Therefore, we multiply three by ten thousand. We get thirty thousand. The next digit is four. Four lies in the place of a thousand. So we multiply four by a thousand. We get four thousand. The next is zero in the place of a hundred. Zero multiplied by one hundred is zero. The same case with the next digit too. Zero is in the place of ten. So zero multiplied by ten is zero, and next is zero multiplied by one, which is also zero.

3 x 10000= 30000

4 x 1000= 4000

0 x 100= 0

0 x 10= 0

0 x 1= 0

Now we add all the answers together. That is, Thirty thousand plus four thousand plus zero plus zero plus zero. Which gives us thirty-four thousand.

\begin{aligned}

&=30000+4000+0+0+0 \\

&=34000

\end{aligned}

Let us see some real-life examples.

We decided that we were going to buy the air conditioner. The air conditioner costs thirty-four thousand rupees. So we planned on paying using a check. A check requires us to write the amount in words. So what would we write? We would write “thirty-four thousand rupees only”. Now, in India, it would be rupees. What would it be in America? It would be thirty-four thousand dollars. Likewise, in China, the currency would be the yuan, In Japan, it would be the yen, in Russia, it would be the Russian ruble, and so on.

How much would be fourteen thousand added with twenty thousand? How would we write it in words?

Fourteen thousand added with twenty thousand is equal to

Fourteen thousand + twenty thousand

= 14000 + 20000

=34000

\begin{aligned}

&=14000+20000 \\

&=34000

\end{aligned}

That is fourteen thousand plus twenty thousand is equal to thirty-four thousand (which is 3400 in words).

What would be the answer of four thousand subtracted from thirty-four thousand in words and numerals?

The answer would be thirty-four thousand minus four thousand equals thirty thousand.

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

1. How would we write 34000 in words?

How would we write 34000 in words?

2. Is thirty-four thousand an odd number?

No, thirty-four thousand is not an odd number.

3. Is thirty-four thousand an even number

Yes, thirty-four thousand is an even number.

4. Can thirty-four thousand be divided by two?

Yes, thirty-four thousand can be divided by two.

5. How would we write thirty-four thousand in numbers?

Thirty-four thousand in number is 34000.

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