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  • one year ago

please help me round the number to the given place value. 1.044; hundredths a. 1.5 b. 1.4 c. 1.05 d. 1.04

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  1. anonymous
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    D

  2. anonymous
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    okay

  3. anonymous
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    any more questions? =)

  4. anonymous
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    yes estimate the value of the expression by rounding each number to the given place value. 2968+9912; thousands a. 14,000 b. 13,000 c. 12,000 d. 7000

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    hello anybody here

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    oh

  7. anonymous
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    \[2968 + 9912 = 1[2]880\] Thousands place is in parenthesis[that doesn't change anything], how would you round that?

  8. anonymous
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    2968 rounds up to 3000 and 9912 rounds to 10000

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    b. 13000

  10. anonymous
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    because you are adding 29 68 and 9912, if you round, you get 3000 and 10000, add them = 13000

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    *2912

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    *2968 i mean

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    estimate the value of the expression by rounding to the given place value. 58/5; round 58 to the nearest 10 a. 10 b. 12 c. 14 d. 20

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    58 / 5 = 11.6. Round that to 12. B But it says to round 58 to the nearest ten. So 60 / 5 = 12. so its still B

  15. anonymous
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    so your answer is B

  16. anonymous
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    what are the lower bound estimate and the upper bound estimate found by rounding to the greatest place. 672-324 a. lower bound 300 upper bound 500 b. lower bound 200 upper bound 300 c. lower bound 200 upper bound 400 d. lower bound 300 upper bound 400

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    hello

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    oh sorry

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    So the largest the difference could be is if you round to 700 - 300...which is 400. The smallest the difference could be is if you round to 600 - 400... which is 200.

  20. anonymous
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    so c

  21. anonymous
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    yea

  22. anonymous
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    1 more question

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    k

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    which number rounds up when rounded to the nearest hundredth. a. 7.246 b. 9.394 c. 10.002 d. 12.071

  25. anonymous
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    [A = 7.246 \approx7.250\]

  26. anonymous
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    thank you for your help

  27. anonymous
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    no problem!

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    michel and susan have a combined age of 17 years. michel is 5 years older than susan. how old is michel a.5 b.6 c.11 d.22

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    any body here

  30. anonymous
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    yes sorry

  31. anonymous
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    C

  32. anonymous
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    sorry for all the late replies, im pre occupied with organizing my google calendar

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