anonymous
  • anonymous
Martin measures the length of his room and finds that it is 472.9 cm long. He wants to overestimate to make sure he buys enough carpet. Martin rounds the length of the room up to the nearest meter. What is his estimate?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This is a math problem, so please post any other questions related to math within the Mathematics category. And the answer is 4.729, but if you round to the nearest meter, 5m in total.
anonymous
  • anonymous
im new to this website, sorry. but thank you.

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