- 150 is said hundred and fifty (British E.) or hundred fifty (American E.).
I was reading though this thread and I had to dig this part up. There is actually a reason for when talking about numbers you leave the "and" out. If you were to write a check for $150 you would say One Hundred-fifty not One Hundred and fifty. Reason being is One Hundred-fifty can not be misinterpreted as 100.50 as One Hundred and fifty can the "and" is a holding place for the decimal point.
You may now tear apart my post and point out my gramatical errors. If there are any that is, I can not tell.
Edited by tuxmaster, 15 October 2007 - 08:43 AM.