anonymous
  • anonymous
what does it mean to round to the nearest tenth?
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  • katieb
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lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
hmmm..say you have 3.14159245 (dunno if that's the real value) the tenth would be 1 so rounding to the nearest tenth would give you 3...this is what i know...but im not very sure with it sorry..just 51% sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
You would round to the nearest .x......so for the previous example it would be 3.1.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Round to the second decimal point. 9.78956 would become 9.79, 6.7836 would be 6.78, etc. If the third decimal point is 5 or higher, add 1 to the second. If lower than 5, the second decimal stays the same and is just cut off after the 2nd decimal place. Make sense?

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