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  • sdgraham

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    Welcome to the forum, Fosterpat

    One of the rules here is that visitors expend a modicum of effort in resolving their problems so as to avoid cluttering the forum with endless repetitions of the same question.

    If you type "number" into the little box at the top of the page, you not only will get the definitions, but also a lonnnngggg list of links to previous discussions on the question you ask.

    If you have reviewed these previous discussions and still have a problem, feel free to resurrect one or more.
     

    Loob

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    Hi Fosterpat - welcome to the forums!

    "One hundred and two" (no hyphens) works for me:).
     

    Loob

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    No - we only use hyphens when writing out compound numbers between twenty-one and ninety-nine.

    So ... one hundred and two, but one hundred and twenty-two.
     
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