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How can we round numbers to hundreds if there's a 0 on the hundreds place
Posted by Anonymous on
The same way you would do it if the digit is something other than zero.
53017 rounded to the nearest hundreds is 53000.
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Doesn't any body do their homework anymore? How are they supposed to learn anything?
Draw your graphs by hand or on a graphing calculator.
Think about the intersection points. (What does that mean when two curves intersect?)
Use the equation for the demand to obtain D for a particular x.
You can also determine by how much one function exceeds another for a particular value of the x variable (the graph is rather clear).
I assume you can solve a quadratic equation.
Use these hints to solve the problem.
Here is a graph. I even restricted it to the first quadrant so as not to mislead you into giving meaningless answers.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
SOURCE: i need to round 301,421,
Well that would be... 301,500,000 rounded UP, or 301,400,000 rounded down.
BUT the second answer, 301,400,000... is YOUR answer....
The nearest hundred thousand is 400,000... hence the answer, see?
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
You need to set your decimal selection to full-floating if you expect any numbers to be more than 4 decimal places.
Each time you press the DEC key it changes the decimal selection. From F to 0, 2, 3, 4 and A in that order. F is "full floating" but appears as a blank on the screen. A is the "add-mode" for currency transactions. The "A" does show on the screen if this is your selection.
As soon as the letter for the number of decimal places you want ("F" is blank just before 0 decimals) appears on the screen you are "ready to go." Problem is, the decimal indicator numbers and letters are so tiny and screen is so difficult to read that under many lighting conditions your selections might be all but invisible. They are in the upper left side of the screen just to the right of the equally difficult to see multiplication and division rounding indicator "5/4." PS If the 5/4 does not appear on your screen then you have set the round-off function to not available.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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