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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Since you are using a decimal-based number, it is all in powers of ten. The first number to the left of the decimal point is the "1's" column, the next is the 10's, the next the 100's and so on in powers of ten. To move right of the decimal is to divide each value by a power of 10. So the first digit right of the decimal is the 10ths value, the next is the 100ths value, the next the 1000ths value and so on. To estimate (round) a number to the nearest 10th, you only need to look at the digit to the right of the 10ths digit. Here the 10ths digit is a value of 6. The digit to its right is a value of 2. In order to round up that digit would need to be 5 or greater. Thus the answer here is 6 tenths.

Oct 23, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

That is 12.1, 12.1 again, and 12.3. The tenth part is the first decimal place.

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Feb 25, 2016 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

hundredths

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As an example, let divide 15 by 17. I get 0.882352841.

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tenths

To round to the nearest hundredth, we have to find the hundredths column, look to the digit to the right. If it is 5 or over, we add 1 to the hundredths column, otherwise we don't need to add one to the hundredths column.

I don't know if my spacing on identifying the columns will be retained, so the tenths column is the first one to the right of the decimal. There is an 8 in the tenths column. The next column to the right is the hundredths column. There is an 8 in the hundredths column. In the column to the right of this, we have a 2, so we don't have to add one to the hundredths column. I get 0.88.

Good luck.

Paul

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As an example, let divide 15 by 17. I get 0.882352841.

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tenths

To round to the nearest hundredth, we have to find the hundredths column, look to the digit to the right. If it is 5 or over, we add 1 to the hundredths column, otherwise we don't need to add one to the hundredths column.

I don't know if my spacing on identifying the columns will be retained, so the tenths column is the first one to the right of the decimal. There is an 8 in the tenths column. The next column to the right is the hundredths column. There is an 8 in the hundredths column. In the column to the right of this, we have a 2, so we don't have to add one to the hundredths column. I get 0.88.

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 31, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Acreage

Hmm. Width X Length = square footage.

Square footage divided by 43,560 = acreage.

You seem to have two lots. Is one 83 X 192 and the other 150 X 151? If so, sum those two products and then divide by 43,560 for the total acreage. If you want the acreage of each lot separately, divide 83 X 192 by 43560 for lot A. That is .3658 acre.

Then divide 150 X 151 by 43560 for Lot B. That is .5199 acre.

Total of both is roughly .885 of an acre, in other words about 9 tenths of an acre.

Hmm. Width X Length = square footage.

Square footage divided by 43,560 = acreage.

You seem to have two lots. Is one 83 X 192 and the other 150 X 151? If so, sum those two products and then divide by 43,560 for the total acreage. If you want the acreage of each lot separately, divide 83 X 192 by 43560 for lot A. That is .3658 acre.

Then divide 150 X 151 by 43560 for Lot B. That is .5199 acre.

Total of both is roughly .885 of an acre, in other words about 9 tenths of an acre.

Mar 04, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

what is 14.8 divided by 6 rounded to the nearest tenth?

Jan 13, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

4100

It would need to be 4150 or more to round up to 4200.

If your calculator has a function for rounding to the nearest integer, you will need to divide by 100 first, then round, then multiply by 100 again.

It would need to be 4150 or more to round up to 4200.

If your calculator has a function for rounding to the nearest integer, you will need to divide by 100 first, then round, then multiply by 100 again.

May 10, 2012 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

Take the wattage info off the unit multiply the number by 1000. Now take that figure and divide it by the power source being supplied. Should give you the amps at the final total i.e. 65w times 1000 6500 divided by 240 v =27.08 amps or 30 amps This is only an example always round up to the nearest round figure.

Hope this helped you

Dave

Hope this helped you

Dave

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