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    They practise aikido in a 170-tatami mat hall.

    They practise aikido in a 170-tatami mat hall.

    They practise aikido in a 170 tatami mat-hall.

    They practise aikido in a 170-tatami-mat hall.

    Which is the correct sentence? If none of them is correct, how do I punctuate the sentence?

    Thanks.

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    Re: They practise aikido in a 170-tatami mat hall.

    As it's describing the size of the hall, I'd use the third.

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