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Jordan has 5.48 mL of liquid in one test tube and 9.63 mL in another. Luke's test tube has 17.24 mL of liquid.
Round each number to the nearest tenth.
How much more liquid is in Luke's test tube than the liquid in Jordan's two test tubes combined?
A.
about 2.0 mL
B.
about 2.1 mL
C.
about 2.2 mL
D.
about 3.1 mL

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- kropot72

Here is an example of rounding to the nearest tenth:
10.46 rounded up to the nearest tenth becomes 10.5.
Can you round 5.48 mL to the nearest tenth?

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b

- anonymous

i think its b

- kropot72

How did you get that?

- anonymous

no d dddddddd

- kropot72

I did not say that b was incorrect. I asked how you chose b.

- anonymous

i think its d

- anonymous

i just miss spelled b it was supose to be d

- kropot72

Could it be that you are guessing? If you are, please let me know whether of not you want help to calculate the answer.

- anonymous

ok

- kropot72

Well then can you answer the question that I posted earlier:
"Here is an example of rounding to the nearest tenth: 10.46 rounded up to the nearest tenth becomes 10.5. Can you round 5.48 mL to the nearest tenth?"

- anonymous

IDK

- kropot72

Then I suggest that you watch the tutorial here:
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/decimals-pre-alg/dec-rounding-estimation-pre-alg/v/rounding-decimals

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