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‘Fifty-Four Thousand' is the way to write 54000 in English. For instance, if we want to read 54000, we would say, “this number is fifty-four thousand.” 54000 is a mathematical number which is a natural number. It starts from one and not zero, continuing till infinity. As we can see that it has 5 digits, arranging it in the place value table can help us find its English word. Firstly, we will learn how to place 54000 in the place value table, and then finally figure out its word.

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Arranging numbers into the table can become easy if a few rules are followed:

Start writing from the right side.

Read the number’s name from the left side.

For the number 54000, we have the following place values:

Digit’s place | Ten Thousands | Thousands | Hundreds | Tens | Ones |

Digit | 5 | 4 | 0 | 0 | 0 |

The above table has 54000 arranged on it. Now, reading from "Ten thousand's place" we can write 54000 as "fifty-four thousand."

Expanded form of 54000 is as follows:

\begin{aligned}

&5 \times \text { Ten thousand }+4 \times \text { Thousand }+0 \times \text { Hundred }+0 \times \text { Ten }+0 \times \text { One } \\

&=5 \times 10000+4 \times 1000+0 \times 100+0 \times 10+0 \times 1 \\

&=54000

\end{aligned}

Thus, in this way, 54000 can be written as ‘Fifty-Four thousand.’

First, we will learn about the divisibility rule of numbers from 1-6 and then figure out with what numbers 54000 can be divided.

Divisibility rule of 1: All the numbers regardless of their property, are divisible by 1.

Divisibility rule of 2: All the numbers that end with 0,2,4,6,8 are divisible by 2.

Divisibility rule of 3: A number is completely divisible by 3 if the sum of its digits is divisible by 3.

Divisibility rule of 4: If the last two digits(ten’s and unit’s place) of a number is a multiple of 4( such as 04, 08, 12, 16, 24, etc.). The number as a whole will be divisible by 4.

Divisibility rule of 5: Numbers having unit digits as 0 or 5 will be divisible by 5

Divisibility rule of 6: If a number is divisible by 2 and 3, it is also divisible by 6. The number should have 0,2,4,6, or 8 as the unit digit, and the sum of the last two digits should be divisible by 3.

With the rules given above, the number 54000 is divisible by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6

Properties of the number 54000

the successor of 54000 is 54001 and the predecessor is 53999

Is 54000 a natural number: Yes

Is 54000 an even number: Yes

Is 54000 an odd number: No

Is 54000 a prime number: No

Is 54000 a composite number: Yes

Is 54000 a perfect square: No

Is 54000 a perfect cube: No

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1. How can we say 5400 is an even number?

Numbers ending with the digits 0,2,4,6, and 8 are called even numbers. For example 10, 16, 88,...etc. It should be divisible by 2 (into two equal halves). As 5400 can be divided into equal halves. We can say that it is an even number.

2. What are natural numbers? Is 54000 a natural number?

Natural numbers can be defined as numbers that begin from zero and continue till infinity. Hence, 54000 is a natural number.

3. How to write 54000 in words?

54000 is written as “fifty-four thousand” in words.

4. What is the square root of 54000?

232.37 is the square root of 54000.

5. Can we say that 54000 is a perfect cube?

No, 54000 can not be considered as a perfect cube.

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