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Round off the answer correctly. 8.7 g + 15.43 g + 19 g = 43.13 g    a 43.130 g b 43.1 g c 43 g d None of the above.

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    43

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    Oh, I got that one wrong then

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    same reason from the last question i answered for you i think let me check my notes

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    Yep...the addend with the fewest decimal places wins.

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    ok yeah

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    thats a good way to put it lol

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    Thank you!!!

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    yw :) For reference (from wiki): "For multiplication and division, the result should have as many significant figures as the *measured* number with the smallest number of significant figures. For addition and subtraction, the result should have as many decimal places as the *measured* number with the smallest number of decimal places."

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