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The nearest tenth is found by rounding the number to the immediate right of the decimal point, so that gives us 0.1 because the digit in the hundredths position is bigger than 5.

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Nearest tenth is 0.1 because when we round off 0.0005 it will be 0.001& when we add this to 0.099 it will become 0.100 or 0.1.

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