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Yes, of course, you lose more precision if you round to a half inch. Try rounding 0.76 to the nearest half unit, and to the nearest quarter unit, and see what happens.

Q: Can an object that when measured to the nearest quarter inch have a different length then when measured to the nearest half inch?

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The distance to a star.

When you are rounding out to the nearest inch. * * * * * Very funny! If the length is between (x-0.25) inches and (x+0.25) inches it will be rounded to x inches.

There are 100 centimeters in a meter. The second student (y) would be more accurate.

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The length of a string is typically measured in centimeters or millimeters, so it can be measured to the nearest centimeter by rounding the measurement to the closest whole number.

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Report the length as x inches to the nearest quarter of an inch.

3 inches to the nearest inch and 3 inches to the nearest half inch both refer to a length not less than 2.5 inches and less than 3.5 inches. 3 inches to the nearest quarter inch refers to a length not less than 2.75 inches and less than 3.25 inches.

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When you are rounding out to the nearest inch. * * * * * Very funny! If the length is between (x-0.25) inches and (x+0.25) inches it will be rounded to x inches.

This question cannot be answered becausethere is no information on what "it" is,area cannot be measured in feet - which is a measure of length, not area.

A square is 2D (two dimensional) and is measured by length x width. A cube is 3D and measured by length x width x depth.