Step: 1

In the given place-value blocks, there are 10 hundreds or 1 thousand = 1,000, 3 hundreds = 300, 4 tens = 40, and 7 ones = 7.

Step: 2

Therefore, the number of hundreds in the figure are 10 + 3 = 13.

Correct Answer is : 13

Step: 1

Let′s count the blocks.

Step: 2

There are **656** blocks. The number 656 in words is 'six hundred fifty-six'.

Correct Answer is : six hundred fifty-six

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