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Write each of the following volumes using complete numerals. a. Sales in 100s: 82,567, b. Sales in 100s: 321.78, c. Sales in 1000s: 12,856, d. Sales in 10,000s: 6,478.98, e. Sales in 100,000s: 35,495.235, f. Sales in 100,000:3.2.

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a.

Determine the volume with the given condition.

82,567×100=8,256,700\begin{gather*} 82,567 \times 100 = 8,256,700 \end{gather*}

b.

Determine the volume with the given condition.

321.78×100=32,178\begin{gather*} 321.78 \times 100 = 32,178 \end{gather*}

c.

Determine the volume with the given condition.

12,856×1,000=12,856,000\begin{gather*} 12,856 \times 1,000 = 12,856,000 \end{gather*}

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