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So same as before. The nearest tenth. Look at the number right before that. |dw:1450300600660:dw|
No, because the nearest tenth is only 1 decimal.
Identify which place value we are rounding to. ( nearest tenths) Look to the next smallest place value.
so its c
You are rounding to the nearest tenth. That means the last decimal to remain will be the tenths decimal, and everything to the right o the tenths place will be dropped.
Yes, because ff this next smallest place value is less than five (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4), we leave the digit we want to round to alone.
so its c
Now you need to decide what to do with the 7 in the tenths place. If the digit after (in the hundredths place) is from 0 to 4, the tenths digit stays the same, and you're done. If the digit in the hundredths place is from 5 to 9, you increase the tenths digit by 1.
thts me tryin to kill my cause this is so damn frustuating
It may get frustrating, but there are rules about rounding and everything else in math. Learn the rules, do a lot of practice problems, and you'll get the hang of it. Also, ask questions. It's a great way to learn.
lol, but we need them
I know :(
but they still suck
is the answer c
wait is the answer a
I thought this was clear. Answer is C. |dw:1450301631451:dw|
The 7 in the tenths place is not changed to 8 because the digit in the hundredths place, 1, is from 0 and 4.