I would write 0.61 as sixty-one hundredths. Or sixty-one pence in British money.
Two billion, two hundred sixty-six million, six hundred sixty-six thousand, six hundred sixty-six.
Sixty-nine point fifty is how I would write 69.50Or Sixty-nine point five
Thirty meters at sixty miles per hour would require 1.12 seconds.
A cloud would form on the ground making it fog.
The Spanish planned on raising the Native Indian population from barbarous conditions by making them become Christians. They would make them slaves if they did not accept God.
Expressed in words, this is equal to ten million five hundred and sixty thousand nine hundred and sixty.
I would write it as eighty-seven and sixty-four hundredths.
The value 15.69 is "fifteen and sixty-nine hundredths." In US currency, it would be "fifteen dollars and sixty-nine cents."
Well, if the question is actually How do you write sixty three hundredths as a decimal?, then it would be 0.63 or .63 !!
The written form would be "sixty-eight and two tenths feet" or "sixty-eight point two feet."
Well, you see, sixty "on foot two miles" would take twice as long as a regular sixty miles. You just have to calculate your speed to determine how long regular miles would take and mulltiply that by 120.
Assuming that the fly is in the car, then yes, it would also be travelling at sixty miles per hour. This is because when the car travels sixty mph, inside, the back of the car pushes the air inside to travel at the same approximate speed. The air then pushes the fly to travel at sixty miles per hour. If the front and back of the car were open (windshield and back window), then the air inside the car would not be moving, although since you would be travelling at sixty miles per hour, it would seem that the air is moving back.
One thousand eight hundred and sixty eight. As a year you would write "eighteen hundred sixty eight"
The numeral 260000 (260,000) would be written "two hundred and sixty thousand" or more rarely "two hundred sixty thousand."
The numeral 2.68 is spelled out "two and sixty-eight hundredths." In US currency, this would be "two dollars and sixty-eight cents."
There are various reason a technician would suspect that a hard drive is starting to fail. Two conditions that would support his suspicion are that the hard drive is making unusual noises and that it has had a gradual increase in bad sectors.