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**How to round a number with two decimal places to the nearest tenth**

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**First look at the value of the digit in the hundredths column**

4.67 Has 7 hundredths 5.85 Has 5 hundredths Has 2 hundredths 3.72 4.23 Has 3 hundredths

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**You round down to the nearest tenth if the digit is 0,1,2,3 or 4.**

3.72 is rounded down to 3.7 4.23 is rounded down to 4.2 17.51 is rounded down to 17.5 is rounded down to 120.6 45.44 is rounded down to 45.4

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**You round up to the nearest tenth if the digit is 5,6,7,8 or 9.**

4.67 is rounded up to 4.7 5.85 is rounded up to 5.9 17.78 is rounded up to 17.8 is rounded up to 125.3 46.36 is rounded up to 46.4

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**Watch out for numbers which have 9 in the tenths column.**

e.g If you are rounding up, you will make 10 tenths. This makes 1 unit, so you have to round to the next whole number (in this case to 3). For the same reason, becomes 24 12.95 becomes 13 And 6.98 becomes 7

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That’s it for now......

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