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Pooh_

  • 2 years ago

Jerry is trying to round √11 to the nearest tenth. To start, he looked for the perfect squares. 32 and 42 Jerry chose 42 to work with. What did he do wrong?

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  1. Pooh_
    • 2 years ago
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    3^2 and 4^2

  2. Fang02
    • 2 years ago
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    3^2 = 9 4^2 = 8 9 + 8 = 17 What does that have to do with the original problem?

  3. Pooh_
    • 2 years ago
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    Thats what im trying to figure out.

  4. Fang02
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    Well.... 32 divided by 8 = 4

  5. Fang02
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    32 divided by 9 = 3.5 rounded to the nearest tenth = 4

  6. Fang02
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    42 divided by 8 = 5.25 so 5.3 (rounded to the nearest tenth) 42 divided by 9 = 4.6 so 4.7

  7. Fang02
    • 2 years ago
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    That's the closest I can come to the answer. I'm not quite sure what to do next nor how that connects to the answer exactly. I hope I helped you out a little bit.

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