One hundred fifty-eight thousand fifty-six For currency: One hundred fifty-eight thousand fifty-six dollars For check-writing: One hundred fifty-eight thousand fifty-six and 00/100 dollars

Whenever defining a numeric value the the parentheses comes immediately after spelled number. e.g. One hundred and fifty (150) dollars is correct. Another example: two (2) bananas.

Seven hundred and fifty-seven million one hundred and fifty-two thousand four hundred and ninety-seven dollars and eighty-six cents. Or, numerically, $757,152,497.86

A Nikon Coolpix has a large range of prices. It can be a s low as about two hundred dollars. It can also cost as much as three hundred and fifty dollars. But, on average they cost about two hundred and fifty dollars.

The numeral is spelled "two hundred fifty-nine point five zero" or "two hundred fifty-nine and fifty one-hundredths." The US currency would be "two hundred fifty-nine dollars and fifty cents." (colloquially "two fifty-nine fifty")