## How do you write millions in AP Style?

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- Use numerals for all percentages.
- For large numbers (millions, billions, trillions), use numerals and decimals, but write out amount.
- In larger numbers less than 1 million, use commas after each three digits: 135,000; 1,275.

**Is M in million capitalized?**

The standard for million, is a capital ‘M’, unlike one thousand which is a small ‘k’. ‘m’ in science and engineering stands for one-thousandth.

**Do you spell out numbers in AP Style?**

Generally speaking, we follow the guidelines outlined in the AP Stylebook. In body copy, we prefer to spell out numbers one through nine, and use numerals for numbers 10 and greater. This is true of ordinal numbers, as well. Spell out first to ninth, and capture 10th or greater with numerals.

### Do you capitalize million after the number?

So, million, billion, hundred, thousand are NOT capitalized, and neither are the words “billionaire” or “millionaire” as they are considered to be professions, and they follow the spelling rules of that class.

**How do you write big numbers in AP style?**

**Do you spell out thousand in AP style?**

Spell out whole numbers up to (and including) one hundred when followed by hundred, thousand, hundred thousand, million, billion, and so on (e.g., eight hundred, 12,908, three hundred thousand, twenty-seven trillion). Alternative rule: Spell out whole numbers up to (and including) nine, and use numerals for the rest.

#### How do you write $1 million?

One million (1,000,000), or one thousand thousand, is the natural number following 999,999 and preceding 1,000,001.

**How is 3 million written out?**

Three Million in numerals is written as 3000000.

**How do you write large numbers in AP style?**

## How do you write a number above 1000 in AP style?

Spell out whole numbers up to (and including) one hundred (e.g., zero, one, ten, ninety-six, 104). Spell out whole numbers up to (and including) one hundred when followed by hundred, thousand, hundred thousand, million, billion, and so on (e.g., eight hundred, 12,908, three hundred thousand, twenty-seven trillion).

**Do you hyphenate numbers in AP style?**

AP style tip: Spell out amounts less than 1 in stories, using hyphens between the words: two-thirds, four-fifths, seven-sixteenths, etc. Use figures for precise amounts larger than 1, converting to decimals whenever practical.

**How do you write $1 million on a resume?**

Numbers produce anxiety and confusion in many people. Avoid that by making your quantifications crystal clear. If you’re talking millions, use the word — $1 million. If you’re working on a report or your resume, and you’re desperate for space, use $1MM, not “M.” Again, it’s understood that “MM” means million.

### How do you write millions and billions in AP style?

Home» AP Style» AP Style Millions, Billions, Trillions Use figures with million, billion, or trillion in all except casual uses. For example, I’d like to make a billion dollars. -but- The nation has 1 million citizens. I need $8 billion.

**How do you write numbers above 999 in AP style?**

Here are four examples of how to write numbers above 999,999 in AP style: 1 million; 20 million; 20,040,086; 2.7 trillion.

**How do you use millions and billions in a sentence?**

Spelling Dictionary Literature AP Style Millions, Billions, Trillions Home» AP Style» AP Style Millions, Billions, Trillions Use figures with million, billion, or trillion in all except casual uses. For example, I’d like to make a billion dollars. -but- The nation has 1 million citizens.

#### What is an example of APAP style millions?

AP Style Millions/Billions Examples: – There are 300 billion stars in the Milky Way. – It has been estimated that over 85 million house cats live in North America. Use figures when referring to money, whether dollars or cents. All of the numerals will carry dollar signs except when discussing cents.