[Answer] When should you use numbers for ages?

Answer: Always
When should you use numbers for ages?

Comparable values should be all spelled out or all in figures even if one of the numbers would normally be written differently: patients’ ages were five seven and thirty-two or ages were 5 7 and 32 but not ages were five seven and 32.

Age adjustment – Wikipedia

Years of potential life lost – Wikipedia

Years of potential life lost – Wikipedia

Age adjustment – Wikipedia

In each age category over age 24 Indigenous Australians had markedly higher rates of circulatory disease than the general population: 5% vs 2% in age group 25–34 12% vs 4% in age group 35–44 22% vs 14% in age group 45–54 and 42% vs 33% in age group 55+.

Circa (from Latin ‘around about roughly approximately’) – frequently abbreviated ca. or c. and less frequently circ. cca. or cc. – signifies “approximately” in several European languages and is used as a loanword in English usually in reference to a date. Circa is widely used in historical writing when the dates of events are not accurately known.

Reference age = 75; Age at death = 60; PYLL[75] = 75 − 60 = 15 Reference age = 75; Age at death = 6 months; PYLL[75] = 75 − 0.5 = 74.5 Reference age = 75; Age at death = 80; PYLL[75] = 0 ( age at death greater than reference age )

Pattern Reasoning ( ages 5 and 6). Story Completion ( ages 5 and 6). Sequential/Gsm. Word Order: The assessor reads the names of common objects the child the touches a series of silhouettes of these objects in the same order they were read out in. Number Recall: The assessor reads a string of numbers and the child repeats the string in the same …

Youth Operators under 18 years are restricted from operating a motor vehicle in the following manner:…

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