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Dollars and not in Millions?

pokymon 9,695 514 May 22, 2012 at 08:57 AM
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I have to answer one question and I know the answer, but there is a requirement that the answers should be in Dollars not in Millions?

$1,250,000 (how to write the answer?). Thank you.

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1,250,000,000,000 - Multiple by 1,000,000 (I think)
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US or Canadian dollars?
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$1.25 (in millions)

basic business 101 class doing bar graphs?
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Looks like the art of writing and arithmetic has been lost =(
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Quote from nizzy1115 View Post :
$1.25 (in millions)

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My assumption was the answer was already in "millions" since he put "the answers should be in Dollars not in Millions". So $1,250,000 "millions" = ? dollars. So multiply by 1,000,000 to get that answer (ie: 1 millions = 1,000,000 dollars). He wants to re-write it in dollars. How did you read it?
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My assumption was the answer was already in "millions" since he put "the answers should be in Dollars not in Millions". So $1,250,000 "millions" = ? dollars. So multiply by 1,000,000 to get that answer (ie: 1 millions = 1,000,000 dollars). He wants to re-write it in dollars. How did you read it?
That could be too....but that looks like a 6th grade math question???

I read it as in you have 1,250,000 dollars but right it in millions like you often times see in business presentations about high dollar amount topics like budgets and profits etc. So you would report the above as 1.25 with a (millions) written somewhere on the page.

But your right, its probably even more elementary than I was thinking.
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but right it in millions
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