anonymous
  • anonymous
Round off 4.263 to 1 decimal place
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Round it until |dw:1443209776231:dw|
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wait what
anonymous
  • anonymous
What @ Kamizamurai meant was that you need to make all the other numbers after the spot @ Kamizamura pointed to.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
So do you know how to round?
anonymous
  • anonymous
if you do then you should know that the 3 on the very end will not effect the 6. but the 6 will effect the 2 which would make the 2 a three. So when you round off to one decimal point you get 4.3
Ghostgate
  • Ghostgate
Alternatively you round to the tenths place, which would be: 0.x00 in your case, x representing the "tenths place". Rounding has a pretty simple concept, which I shall explain simply: If you are rounding to a specified digit, let's say for example the hundred's place, you would move the hundred digit up once and change the following numbers to zero if the number directly behind the hundred digit is 5 or higher, otherwise the hundred digit remains the same and the following numbers change to zero. For instance: 4,564 rounds to 4,600 4,543 rounds to 4,500 You get it, right? So do that with your problem, you have to round to the tenths place. I hope that helps! Have a great day! {---Ghostgate---}

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