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Explain which is more accurate: measuring to the nearest centimeter or to the nearest half inch?

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    Measuring to the nearest centimeter is more accurate. Why? 1 inch = 2.54 centimeters Meaning 1/2 (or .5 ) inch = 1.27 cm. The centimeter is smaller, you can answer more precisely using a smaller interval.

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    Thanks :)

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