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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ten hundred thousand million billions meta
One two Three Wu Lu Seven Ba Nine zero Pick up Bai Thousands million billions circle

Historical Origin of Chinese Number Capitalization

Number capitalization began in the Ming Dynasty. Zhu Yuanzhang issued a decree because of a major corruption case at that time, the "Guo Huan case", which clearly required that the numbers in the accounts must be "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, hundred, "Thousand" was changed to complex Chinese characters such as "one, two, three, four, five, land, seven, eight, nine, pick up, hundred (mo), thousand (qian)" to increase the difficulty of altering the account books. Later, "Mo" and "Qian" were rewritten into "bai, qian", and they have been used until now.

Common capitalization of numbers

Number amount Capital numbers Number amount Capital numbers Number amount Capital numbers Number amount Capital numbers Number amount Capital numbers
0 Zero Yuan 1 One Yuan 2 Two yuan integer 3 Three yuan integer 4 Si Yuanzheng
5 Wu Yuanzheng 6 Lu Yuanzheng 7 Seven yuan whole 8 Eight Yuan 9 Nine yuan whole
10 One ten dollars 11 One hundred and one yuan 12 One hundred and two dollars 13 One hundred and three yuan 14 One hundred and four yuan whole
15 One hundred and five yuan 16 One pick up Lu Yuanzheng 17 One hundred and seventy yuan 18 One hundred and eight dollars 19 One hundred and nine yuan whole
20 Twenty Yuan 30 Three ten dollars 40 Si Shiyuan 50 50 dollars 60 Lu Shiyuan
70 Seven ten dollars 80 Ba Shiyuan 90 Jiushi Yuanzheng 100 One hundred yuan 200 Two hundred yuan
300 Three hundred yuan 400 Four hundred yuan 500 Five hundred dollars 600 Lu Baiyuan 700 Seven hundred yuan
800 Eight hundred yuan 900 Nine hundred yuan 1000 One thousand dollars 2000 Two thousand yuan 3000 Three thousand yuan
4000 Four thousand dollars 5000 Five thousand dollars 6000 Lu Qianyuan 7000 Seven thousand dollars 8000 Eight thousand yuan
9000 Nine thousand yuan 10000 One million yuan 20000 Twenty thousand yuan 30000 Thirty thousand yuan 40000 Four thousand yuan
50000 50,000 yuan 60000 Lu Wanzheng 0.1 One Corner 0.2 Two corners 0.3 Triangle
0.4 Four Corners 0.5 Wujiao 0.6 Continental corner 0.7 Seven corners 0.8 Bajiao
0.9 Jiujiao 1.1 One dollar and one dime 1.2 One dollar and twenty cents 1.3 One yuan and three corners 1.4 One dollar and four corners
1.5 One yuan and five corners 1.6 Yuan Lujiao 1.7 One dollar and seven corners 1.8 One yuan and eight corners 1.9 One Yuan Nine Corners

Precautions for RMB uppercase numbers
Chinese uppercase amount figures should be filled in block letters or cursive script, such as one (one), two (two), three, four (four), five (wu), lu (lu), seven, eight, nine, ten, Bai, Qian, Wan (10,000), 100,000, Yuan, Jiao, Fen, Zero, Whole (Positive) and other words. One, two (two), three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, read, Mao, another (or 0) are not allowed to fill in, and simplified characters are not allowed. If traditional characters are used in writing the amount, such as two, six, one hundred million, ten thousand, and round, it shall also be accepted.

1. For Chinese uppercase monetary figures up to "Yuan", the word "Zheng" (or "Zheng") should be written after "Yuan", and "Zheng" (or ") should not be written after "Jiao". Positive") word. If there is "fen" in the uppercase amount, the word "whole" (or "positive") is not written after "fen".

2. The word "RMB" should be marked before the capitalized amount in Chinese. If the capitalized amount has "fen", the word "whole" (or "positive") should not be written after "fen".

3. The word "RMB" should be marked before the capitalized amount in Chinese, and the capitalized amount should be filled immediately after the word "RMB", and no blanks should be left. If the word "RMB" is not printed before the capitalized amount, the word "RMB" should be added. The words "thousand, hundred, ten, ten thousand, thousand, hundred, ten, yuan, jiao, cent" shall not be pre-printed in the uppercase amount column of bills and settlement vouchers.

4. When there is "0" in the lowercase amount of Arabic numerals, the Chinese uppercase shall be written in accordance with the rules of Chinese language, the composition of amount numbers and the requirements to prevent alteration. Examples are as follows:
1. When there is a "0" in the middle of the Arabic numerals, the word "zero" should be written in Chinese capital letters, such as ¥1409.50, it should be written as RMB 6,140,090 and 5 Jiao.
2. When there are several "0"s in the middle of the Arabic numerals, only one "zero" can be written in the middle of the Chinese uppercase amount, such as ¥6007.14, which should be written as RMB 6,007 yuan and 1 jiao 4 cents.
3. The tens and yuan digits of Arabic monetary figures are "0", or there are several consecutive "0s" in the middle of the number, and the tens and yuan digits are also "0", but the thousands and corner digits are not "0". , you can only write a zero word in the Chinese capital amount, or you don't need to write the word "zero". Such as ¥1680.32, it should be written as RMB 1,600, 800, 30, 20, or as RMB 1,600, 30, or ¥107000.53, it should be written as RMB 1,070,000 Five jiao and three cents, or written as RMB one hundred and seven thousand yuan five jiao and three cents.
4. When the corner of the Arabic amount is "0" and the fraction is not "0", the word "zero" should be written after the Chinese capital "yuan". For example, ¥16409.02, it should be written as RMB 16,000, 409, and 02 cents; another example is ¥325.04, it should be written as RMB 325,000.

Digital origin
The earliest tools humans used to count were fingers and toes, but they could only represent numbers within 20. When the number is large, most primitive people use pebbles to count. Gradually, people invented the method of counting by knotting knots, or engraving counting on animal skins, trees, and stones. In ancient China, small sticks made of wood, bamboo or bones were used to count numbers, called counting chips. These counting methods and counting symbols gradually transformed into the earliest digital symbols (numbers). Today, countries around the world use Arabic numerals as standard numerals.

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