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The number 800 can be written as Eight Hundred. For example, if we buy a bicycle whose price is 800 rupees, we can tell our friends, “my father bought me a nice bicycle worth Eight Hundred rupees” when speaking in English. The word eight hundred defines a quantity here.

If we remember the place value system, writing the number 800 in words becomes very easy. Counting from the last number, if we begin to put each number in its proper place, then we can easily write the number. let's observe different places of digits according to their places:

Digit’s place | Hundreds | Tens | Ones |

Digit | 8 | 0 | 0 |

When we fill this table, we start with the last 0 first, putting it in the one's place. Moving left along the number, the next 0 is placed under the ten’s table. Finally, the number 8 is placed in the hundreds place. Therefore, we can conclude the number will be written as eight hundred.

The number 800 can be expanded mathematically in the following manner

\begin{aligned}

&8 \times \text { Hundred }+0 \times \text { Ten }+0 \times \text { One } \\

&=8 \times 100+0 \times 10+0 \times 1 \\

&=800 \\

&=\text { Eight hundred }

\end{aligned}

Following are some facts that we should know about the number 800

800 is an even number. An even number is the kind of number which can be divided by 2. When 800 is divided by 2, it looks as follows

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\begin{gathered}

800 / 2= 400

\end{gathered}

800 is not a perfect square. The square root of 800 is not a whole number but a number with a decimal in it. It looks as follows

\begin{gathered}

2 \sqrt{800} = {2 8 . 2 8 4 2 7 1 2 4 7 5}

\end{gathered}

800 is not a perfect cube. This means the cube root of 800 is not a whole number.

800 is not a prime number. When a number is only divisible by itself and 1, it's called a prime number. But the number 800 is divisible by many numbers. Following are the numbers which can perfectly divide 800

\begin{gathered}

1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 16, 20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 80, 100, 160, 200, 400, 800

\end{gathered}

Prime factors of 800 are 2 and 5.

\begin{equation}

2^5 \times 5^2=800

\end{equation}

The square of 800 is 640000, and the cube is 512000000

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1. How do we write 800 in words?

800 can be written in English as Eight Hundred.

2. What are the guidelines for writing 800 in words?

The number 800 can be written in English using the place value system. Counting from left to right, the first 0 is in the one's place. The next 0 is in the tens place. The number 8 is in the hundreds place. Therefore, the number can be written as Eight Hundred.

3. What is 800 plus 100 in words?

800 plus 100 can be depicted as follows

\begin{gathered}

800 + 100 = 900

\end{gathered}

The number 900 can be written as Nine Hundred using the same place value method.

4. How do we know 800 is not an odd number?

To find an odd number, we must check the one’s place. If the number has 1,3,5,7, or 9 in the one’s place, then the number is known as an odd number. But in 800, there is 0 in one’s place, so the number is not odd.

5. What is a cardinal number?

Any number defining a quantity will be termed a cardinal number. For example, if the price of a dress is INR 800, then 800 is the cardinal number of the dress.

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