The Chicago Manual of Style recommends spelling out the numbers zero through one hundred and using figures thereafter—except for whole numbers used in combination with hundred , thousand , hundred thousand , million , billion , and beyond (., two hundred ; twenty-eight thousand ; three hundred thousand ; one million ). In Chicago style, as opposed to AP style, we would write four hundred , eight thousand , and twenty million with no numerals—but like AP, Chicago style would require numerals for 401 ; 8,012 ; and 20,040,086 .
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