Which situation describes a time when it would be all right to round the numbers
Angelo has a 42 inch strip of balsa wood. He needs a piece that measures 21.75 inches long and another that measures 20.25 inches. He thinks of rounding the lengths to the nearest inch. He would cut a 22 inch piece and a 20 inch piece
Joel needs 1.85 pints of oil for one machine and 2.65 pints for another one. He thinks of rounding the amounts to the nearest pint. He would buy 5 pints of oil to be sure he has enough
Annie is buying trim for her curtains. She needs a piece that is 4
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Annie is buying trim for her curtains. She needs a piece that is 4.35 meters long and another piece that is 3.25 meters. She thinks of rounding the lengths to the nearest meter. She would buy 7 yards of trim.
Chloe needs to buy a train ticket that costs $349.50 and anther ticket that costs $112.50. She thinks of rounding the amounts to the nearest hundred dollars. She would bring $400 to buy the tickets.