How to count in English, a West Germanic language spoken in the UK, Ireland, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and many other countries.
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|100||one hundred||one hundredth|
|200||two hundred||two hundredth|
|300||three hundred||three hundredth|
|1,000||one thousand||one thousandth|
|10,000||ten thousand||ten thousandth|
|100,000||one hundred thousand||one hundred thousandth|
|1 million||one million||one millionth|
|1 billion||one billion||one billionth|
|1 trillion||one trillion||one trillionth|
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