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<p><b>New page</b></p><div>'''Use Numerals for the Following''':<br />
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1. In general, all numbers <br />
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2. Whole and decimal numbers in scientific text, titles, headings, tables, and figure captions<br />
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3. To express mathematical relationships, e.g., ratios and multiplication factors<br />
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4. Zero or one when they are connected to units or specify assigned or calculated values, e.g., when z = 0 and a mean of 0, or when they are part of a series or are closely linked to other numbers, <br />
e.g., between 0 and 2.<br />
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5. Single-digit ordinals when they are part of a series including double-digit ordinals or are closely linked to double-digit ordinals<br />
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6. Single-digit ordinals when they are used repeatedly<br />
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7. Fractions greater than 1, given as mixed fractions<br />
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1. Numbers whose quantitative function is subordinated to an essentially non-quantitative meaning or the number is used idiomatically, e.g., among the four of us and the sixty-four-dollar question <br />
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2. Zero or one in general usage<br />
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3. Numbers beginning a sentence, title, or heading<br />
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4. Single-digit ordinals<br />
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5. Fractions less than 1<br />
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'''Use Words and Numerals for the Following''':<br />
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1. When two numbers are adjacent, spell out one and express the other as a numeral, e.g., the sample was divided into eight 50-g aliquots.</div>Paperadmin