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What is 3.32 rounded up to the next whole number

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Rounding up to whole number is 4

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Well if the whole number on this one is 3 something, it has to be ?? (4)

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    Andrew Taylor Apr 25, 2017

    the WHOLE number is the number to the left of the decimal point. The parts of the whole number are to the right of the decimal point. Point two three .23 is almost .25 which is a 1/4 expressed as a fraction. So you have 3 whole numbers and a quarter (almost) of a whole number. To round up, you go to 4.

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    Andrew Taylor Apr 25, 2017

    My maths used to be awful at school, but I am 64 now and a bit better :>)

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    scrappy sloper Apr 25, 2017

    Thank you. I am 48 so maybe I still have time to improve :-)

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    Andrew Taylor Apr 25, 2017

    Oh OK, I thought you were a 13 or 14 year old :>) As they used to tell us at school, read the question carefully and then use instinct. English is my specialist subject, because I am English.

    Pleased to help anyway.

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