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Correct to One Decimal PlaceCorrect to one decimal place are discussed here.
1. When the digit in the hundredths place is < 5, the hundredths place and following digits are replaced by 0. 2. When the digit in the hundredths place is = or > 5, the digit in the tenths places is increased by 1 and the following digits become 0. For Example: Round off to correct one place of decimal. (i) 14.732 → 14.700 Since 3 < 5 (ii) 56.897 → 56.900 Since 9 > 5 (8 + 1 = 9) (iii) 79.49 → 79.5 Since 9 > 5 (iv) 6.93 → 6.9 Since 3 < 5 (v) 185.04 → 185.0 Since 4 < 5 (vi) 80.715 → 80.7 Since 1 < 5 (vii) 14.337 → 14.1 Since 3 < 5 (viii) 83.38 → 83.4 Since 8 > 5 (ix) 713.75 → 713.8 Since 5 = 5 (x) 39.91 → 39.9 Since 1 < 5 Related Links : ● Rounding Numbers.
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