Rounding the thousandths place
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Suppose we wanted to round off 838.274. Depending on which place value we're rounding to, the final result can vary.

  • Round to the nearest hundred (838.274) is 800
  • Round to the nearest ten (838.274) is 840
  • Round to the nearest one (838.274) is 838
  • Round to the nearest tenth (838.274) is 838.3
  • Round to the nearest hundredth (838.274) is 838.27
answered Mar 14, 2016 by Mathical Level 10 User (57,460 points)
answered Mar 14, 2016 by muneepenee

Nah. Can't be maneepenee. Why can you just get a new account and answer them. You can get points. OK? wink

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