# 08081962 how to write date of birth in figures?

# How soon after giving birth do you get your figure back?

Losing weight after having a baby .
It all depends on choices you make. \nI have had 3 kids so i am giving you my own experience. First depends on the contraceptive you take and whether you gain weight on pills. If you do, dont go for pills (after the 6 week check up) ask your doctor for altern…atives.\nSecond, you have to watch what you eat. I assume you are at home resting and with breastfeeding, the appetite just increases. Drink lots of water and keep off fried foods. For me i found eating lots of fruits for snacks helped a lot coz i would not get too hungry and be tempted to snack.\nThird, exercise but go easy on that at least first 6 months. What helped is to go for brisk walks for 20-30 minutes at least 3 times a week.. Its not that easy with a new born who has erratic waking up times, but you can put him in a pram and walk. It does the both of you good anyway.\nThe other trick i learnt (but too late) is put on music and just dance for at least 20-30 minutes. This is easy and convenient.\nLastly, congrats for your baby i assume you had one, take it easy with yourself. Baby and you comes first. (MORE)

# Figure you do date?

Write down the last time you had sex without the protection. Then add 9 months to it. That will give you an approximate date but go to a doctor, they can give a more exact date.

# How do you write birth date in anno domini system?

While this might look impressive, "anno Domini" is Latin for "in the year of our Lord". It's the numbering system used in calendars in the Western world. So if your birthday is June 16,1973, then this is how you write it. We are using the Gregorian calendar, the Julian calendar has a different count…ing system..
If your birthday is June 16, 1973, you would write it June 16, 1973 A. D., because there also was a 1973 B. C. (MORE)

# How do you write a billion in figures?

There are two "types" of Billion. Long and short. A billion in the UK, used to be a million million. However, the Americans, for some unknown reason, decided to call a billion a 1,000 million. Probably so they could be billionaires a lot quicker. So: .
Long: 1,000,000,000,000 .
Short: 1,00…0,000,000 The long is now hardly used and the short is now the accepted usage. (MORE)

# Rules in writing the significant figure?

The rules for identifying significant figures when writing orinterpreting numbers are as follows: 1. All non-zero digits are considered significant. For example, 91has two significant figures (9 and 1), while 123.45 has fivesignificant figures (1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). 2. Zeros appearing anywhere between …two non-zero digits aresignificant. Example: 101.1203 has seven significant figures: 1, 0,1, 1, 2, 0 and 3. 3. Leading zeros are not significant. For example, 0.00052 has twosignificant figures: 5 and 2. 4. Trailing zeros in a number containing a decimal point aresignificant. For example, 12.2300 has six significant figures: 1,2, 2, 3, 0 and 0. The number 0.000122300 still has only sixsignificant figures (the zeros before the 1 are not significant).In addition, 120.00 has five significant figures since it has threetrailing zeros. (MORE)

# How do you write birth date Britain?

Not absolutely sure what you are asking here, but I think you are asking about the format for dates in Britain. We write it as follows: day/month/year.

# Write one billion in figures?

In the more widely-used, American system, one billion is equal to 1,000,000,000, or one thousand million. In the Commonwealth system, more common in Continental Europe and in old times in England, one billion is equal to 1,000,000,000,000, or one million million.

# How do you write 23 billion in figures?

In France and the United States, a billion is 1000 million, i.e. the increment is in thousands of millions. So 23 billion would be written 23,000,000,000 In the UK and Germany it is customary to increment the nomenclature of high numbers by millions, so a billion is 1 million million, or 1,000,00…0,000,000. So, in those countries 23 billion would be 23,000,000,000,000 (MORE)

# What is figurative writing?

its something that is not meant to be taken seriously like the phrase " I have butterflies in my stomach" or " the clouds were crying".

# Write one crore in figures?

10,00,00,00 * * * * * Sort of! However, it is more likely to be written 1,00,00,000

# How do you write your date of birth in roman numerals?

That depends what your date of birth is, you can simply represent the month with a number so that, for example a date of birth like 12th October 1539 could be written as 12-10-1539 and these numbers could be represented by the Roman numerals XII.X.MDXXXIX

# How do you write 59 million in figures?

59 million in figures looks like 59,000,000. There are six zeros ina million, so you can simply add six zeros to 59 to find out what59 million looks like in numbers.

# How do you write 1billion in figures?

Since I use the long scale (as used in countries like Europe) I write it as: 1000000000000 .
Others who use the short scale (as used in countries like USA) write it as: 1000000000 .

# How would you write the birth date 10-10-1947 in roman numerals?

X - X - MCMXLVII (but in early Rome, the tenth month was December) Roman numerals read from left to right, starting with the highestvalue numeral. The numeral MCMXLVII is made up of the unitsM (1000) + CM (9000) + XL (40) + VII (7) which quite clearly add upto 1947, they follow the correct rules r…elating to order and assuch MCMXLIV is the accepted form of writing 1947 in Romannumerals. MDCCCCXXXXVII also follows these rules and it thereforenumerically correct but it is long and unwieldy, which is why theshorter form MCMXLVII is generally used. VLMMII is just plain wrong. The numerical order is incorrect as thehighest value numeral should come first. V can precede L but shouldnot precede any larger numeral. The same website also indicatedthat L can precede C but should not precede M, so placing VL beforeMM clearly contravenes these rules. * Additionally, modern uses (e.g. Super Bowl XLV) follows a morerestrictive use of V, L, and D, where they are never asubtractor, e.g. VX = V and VL is undefined. (MORE)

# Write the rules in determining significant figures?

Zeros within a number are always significant. Both 4308 and 40.05 contain four significant figures. .
Zeros that do nothing but set the decimal point are not significant. Thus, 470,000 has two significant figures. .
Trailing zeros that aren't needed to hold the decimal point are significant. For… example, 4.00 has three significant figures. .
If you are not sure whether a digit is significant, assume that it isn't. For example, if the directions for an experiment read: "Add the sample to 400 mL of water," assume the volume of water is known to one significant figure. (MORE)

# What are the rules in writing significant figures?

The rules in writing significant figures state that non zeronumbers always significant. Zero numbers between the non zeronumbers are also significant. Finally, if you write a number inscientific notation and you are able to get rid of the zeroes, theyare not significant.

# What are the rule in writing the significant figure?

The rules for identifying significant figures when writing orinterpreting numbers are as follows: 1. All non-zero digits are considered significant. For example, 91has two significant figures (9 and 1), while 123.45 has fivesignificant figures (1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). 2. Zeros appearing anywhere between …two non-zero digits aresignificant. Example: 101.1203 has seven significant figures: 1, 0,1, 1, 2, 0 and 3. 3. Leading zeros are not significant. For example, 0.00052 has twosignificant figures: 5 and 2. 4. Trailing zeros in a number containing a decimal point aresignificant. For example, 12.2300 has six significant figures: 1,2, 2, 3, 0 and 0. The number 0.000122300 still has only sixsignificant figures (the zeros before the 1 are not significant).In addition, 120.00 has five significant figures since it has threetrailing zeros. (MORE)

# How do you write 1 billion in figures?

Depending on the country, a "billion" is either 1,000,000,000, or 1,000,000,000,000. The smaller version is become more common, though.\n

# How do you write 0.7 million in figures?

0.7 million = 7 million / 10 7 million = 7, 000, 000 0.7 million = 7, 000, 000 / 10 = 700, 000 (Seven hundred thousand)

# How do you write a quadrillion in figures?

On the short scale (which is more common in English-speaking countries), that would be 1,000,000,000,000,000 (15 zeroes). On the long scale, a quadrillion is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (24 zeroes).\n On the short scale (which is more common in English-speaking countries), that would be 1,000…,000,000,000,000 (15 zeroes). On the long scale, a quadrillion is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (24 zeroes).\n On the short scale (which is more common in English-speaking countries), that would be 1,000,000,000,000,000 (15 zeroes). On the long scale, a quadrillion is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (24 zeroes).\n On the short scale (which is more common in English-speaking countries), that would be 1,000,000,000,000,000 (15 zeroes). On the long scale, a quadrillion is 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (24 zeroes).\n (MORE)

# How do you write 100 billion in figures?

You add either 9 or 12 zeroes to the "100". There are two definitions for "billion", but in English-speaking countries, adding 9 zeroes is common.

# How do you write one and half million in figures?

In figures it would be 1,500,000 which is 1.5 million or onemillion, five hundred thousand.

# How do you write one trillion in figures?

In the U.S. and many other English-speaking countries, a trillion is a 1 followed by 12 zeroes. In some other countries, a 1 followed by 18 zeroes.

# How do you write 999.6 in three signifacant figure?

It is 1000. This is the problem with integers ending in 0. There is no way to tell if any of the training 0s are significant.

# How is Jesus' birth related to the system of writing dates?

The exact date is not known of his birth but the year is known by the emperor of that day. The calender starts with that year A.d.

# How do you write 9035.06 in figures?

9035.06 = nine thousand, thirty-five and six hundredths or nine thousand, thirty-five dollars and six cents

# Who is the mysterious figure in Birth by Sleep?

We don't know for sure yet. He will probably play a major role as a villain in Kingdom Hearts 3. By the looks of him and his attacks, I would say he's another form of Terra/Xehanort/Xemnas. His attacks sort of look like combination of all of the members of Organization XIII, especially Xemnas, so I …would assume he is or has a lot to do with Xemnas. Furthermore, additional hints were made in Kingdom Hearts 2 Final Mix regarding what Xemnas is doing in the supposed "Room of Sleep". Possibly trying to wake up Ven? He also visits the room during a scene before the Demyx boss battle and says "old friend" in reference to Aqua's armor. It is possible that he will return in another form for KH3. (MORE)

# How do you write a figure numerically?

This is simple once you understand. A numeric figure is simply just the number. The number two written in figures is 2. The number four hundred and fifty six written in figures is 456.

# How do you write eighty-three hundreds in figures?

8300 If as i suspect, you meant 83 hundredths, this would be 83/100 which would be 0.83

# How do you write figures in millions?

There are 6 zeros in 1 million. E.G 345 million 345,000,000 Hope it helps Helen

# How do you write three million and nine in figures?

If you mean roman numerals.... MMMIX I think it's that. ^ But I'm not sure If you mean numbers... 3,000,009

# Why use figurative language in your writing?

Because then it makes the piece of writing more interesting. Use lots of hyperbole, alliteration etc. If you don't use figurative writing then maybe the story/poem/letter/other will be less intresting for someone to read. I hope this helps!

# How do you write My birth date is 7th December 1983 in spanish?

La fecha en que nacÃƒÂ fue el 7 de diciembre de 1983. La fecha de mi nacimiento fue el 7 de diciembre de 1983.

# How is birth of Jesus related with the system of writing dates?

In the Western world, history is divided into two eras-the years before Christ (B.C.) and the years after Christ (A.D.). A.D. is an abbreviation for the Latin phrase anno Domini ('the year of the Lord'). For those who prefer not to use terms with a specifically Christian connotation, C.E. (Common er…a) is used instead of A.D. The year A.D. 1 is theoretically the first year in the life of Christ, but most historians now agree that Jesus was born no later than 4 B.C., the year in which Herod the Great died. (MORE)

# What are the rules in writing in the significant figures?

In general all the non-zero numbers are significant, and including zeroes within the number. When multiplying, you should finish with as many decimals as you started with. 2.5x2.5 = 6.25. When dividing, similarly, 3.7/2.7 = 1.370370 . , but you would truncate it at 1.37. Leading and trailin…g zeros are unimportant as significant figures. have a crack at significant figures in a math text, or wikipedia. (MORE)

# How can you write your date of birth in numeric number?

By converting the numerical day, month and year to their Roman numeral equivalents. E.g., 25th June, 2012 would be XXV. VI. MMXII.

# How do you write in roman figure?

The standard Roman numerals have 13 symbols in all, as follows: I = 1 IV = 4 V = 5 IX = 9 X = 10 XL = 40 L = 50 XC = 90 C = 100 CD = 400 D = 500 CM = 900 M = 1000 To convert any number in the range 1-3999, repeatedly subtract the largest value that is less than or equal to the number and write it d…own. Repeat with the remainder until the remainder is zero. For example, if the value is 1234, then M is the largest number that is less than or equal to it, leaving 234. Subtracting C twice leaves 34. Subtracting X three times leaves 4, and subtracting IV leaves nothing. Thus 1234 is MCCXXXIV in Roman numerals. (MORE)

# How do you write 9000 in roman figure?

IX with a line over it. When using roman numerals, placing a line over the number means to multiply it 1000

# How do you write 23500010 in figures?

Your figures are correct as shown, but the punctuation is inadequate. 23,500,010 is easier to read and interpret.

# How do you write birth date 10-10-94 in roman numerals?

It will depend if you want to show the entire year or just the last two digits. The first would be X-X-XCIV. With the full year it would be X-X-MCMXCIV.

# How do you write date of birth 28-11-2010 in words?

November_Twenty_Eighth,_ Two_Thousand _ Ten _"> November Twenty Eighth , Two Thousand Ten or can say, Twenty Eighth of November, Two Thousand and Ten

# How can you write your birth date in christian era?

By putting C.E or A.D. after you write you birthday if you use the months January to December. Months in the Jewish calender are Hebrew. In the Muslim calender they are in Arabic. In the Baha'i calender months are named after attributes of God and the language used is whatever language the people… speak. (MORE)

# How do you write in check 303379 in figure?

Exactly as in the question. Exactly as in the question. Exactly as in the question. Exactly as in the question.

# How do you write USD 969504.90 in figure?

Nine hundred sixty nine thousand five hundred four dollars and ninety cents .
or .
Nine hundred sixty nine thousand five hundred four and 90/100 dollars

# How do you write 1.173 dollars in figures?

Firstly 0.003 of a dollar doesn't exist. however it would be: One and one hundred and seventy three thousandths of a dollar. One dollar, seventeen cents and three tenths of a cent.

# How do you write your date of birth in Christian era as 30-10-1981?

There are several conventions to writing one's birth date or anydate for that matter in the 'Christian' era. First, many weretaught the break in our timeline is noted by BC or before Christand AD meaning anno domini or the year of our Lord. This issometimes noted as AC or after Christ. Today there i…s BCE and ACEsimply meaning Before/After the Christian Era (sometimes CommonEra). That being said, you may write 30-10-1981 as it is which themilitary likes to use sometimes omitting the 1981 and just usingthe 81. A standard application dating method is 10-30-81 (1981), orOct (October) 30th, 1981. These are some of the variations usedtoday. (MORE)

# How do you write in figures?

Writing in figures is writing numbers the way they are normallywritten: 1, 574, 3,987, etc.

# What are the release dates for Switched at Birth - 2011 Write a Lonely Soldier 1-19?

Switched at Birth - 2011 Write a Lonely Soldier 1-19 was released on: USA: 28 February 2012 Hungary: 26 April 2012 Netherlands: 24 October 2012 Japan: 8 January 2013

# How write 19 billion in figures?

Nineteen billion in figures would be 19,000,000,000 A billion is now accepted as being 1,000,000,000 when previously abillion was 1,000,000,000,000 ( a million million).

# How can write in figure 75 lakh?

A lakh is a unit in the Indian numbering system equal to onehundred thousand 100,000. Therefore 75 lakh is 7,500,000 or Seven and a half million.