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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: how do i round 6,7962,555,2449 to the nearest

nearest would be 680 billion

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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Sep 16, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

Which significant number?

Rounded to the nearest integer: 0

Rounded to the nearest tenth: 0.0

Rounded to the nearest hundredth: 0.01

Rounded to the nearest thousandth: 0.006

....

Rounded to the nearest integer: 0

Rounded to the nearest tenth: 0.0

Rounded to the nearest hundredth: 0.01

Rounded to the nearest thousandth: 0.006

....

Oct 26, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi Sjonmarie:

Wow! That is a large number that you are playing with.

Starting at the decimal point, you go through the hundreds, thousands, and millions, before you get to the billions.

That is nine digits to the left of the decimal point.

The tenth digit to the left of the decimal is the first billion digit.

The next digit to the left is the 10 billion digit.

If you ignore all of the first nine digits, and

add the tenth digit to the rest of the number, and then

ignore the 10th digit of the result,

you will have

the number rounded to the nearest 10 billion.

Ta Da!

Wow! That is a large number that you are playing with.

Starting at the decimal point, you go through the hundreds, thousands, and millions, before you get to the billions.

That is nine digits to the left of the decimal point.

The tenth digit to the left of the decimal is the first billion digit.

The next digit to the left is the 10 billion digit.

If you ignore all of the first nine digits, and

add the tenth digit to the rest of the number, and then

ignore the 10th digit of the result,

you will have

the number rounded to the nearest 10 billion.

Ta Da!

Apr 08, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The missing bytes are used to store the needed parts of the cameras operating system and formatting information.

Dec 05, 2015 | Cameras

Not sure if this is your question, but, the way we usually round down from 5 and round up from 6. Example: 1.586 rounded to the nearest 100th would be 1.5**9 , **rounded to the nearest 10th would be 1.**6**... get it?

So, in your example, it would be : 40.9**8** = nearest 100th , 4**1.00** = nearest 10th , seeing as the **.9** rounded up to a whole number, thus **1** !!

Hope this helps !!

So, in your example, it would be : 40.9

Hope this helps !!

May 14, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Rounded to the nearest what decimal?

Rounded to the nearest unit: 2%

Rounded to the nearest tenth: 1.7%

Rounded to the nearest hundredth: 1.72%

Rounded to the nearest unit: 2%

Rounded to the nearest tenth: 1.7%

Rounded to the nearest hundredth: 1.72%

Sep 19, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

nearest would be 680 billion

Nov 12, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

A. round to the nearest tenths:

1. .78 = 0.8

2. .33 = 0.3

3. .37 = 0.4

4. .83 = 0.8

5. .40 = 0.4

B. round to the nearest hundredth:

1. .234 = 0.23

2. .157 = 0.16

3. .264 = 0.26

4. .847 = 0.85

5. .140 = 0.14

C. round to the nearest thousandths:

1. .3648 = 0.365

2. .24258 = 0.243

3. .5106 = 0.511

4. .3293 = 0.329

5. .9253 = 0.925

Hope that gets the homework done....

1. .78 = 0.8

2. .33 = 0.3

3. .37 = 0.4

4. .83 = 0.8

5. .40 = 0.4

B. round to the nearest hundredth:

1. .234 = 0.23

2. .157 = 0.16

3. .264 = 0.26

4. .847 = 0.85

5. .140 = 0.14

C. round to the nearest thousandths:

1. .3648 = 0.365

2. .24258 = 0.243

3. .5106 = 0.511

4. .3293 = 0.329

5. .9253 = 0.925

Hope that gets the homework done....

Jul 09, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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