Q: How do you round two decimal places for square roots?

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The correct answer is 17.889

Almost any calculator can calculate square roots. Have the calculator calculate it. Then round the result to 1 decimal place.

it is exactly.........7.348469228349534, but to round it would be 7.3

You can only round a number to 2 decimal places if it currently has more than 2 decimal places.

50.24 is already rounded to two decimal places.

round 2.439 to 2 decimal places = 2.44

33.487 is already rounded to three decimal places. if it were 33.4829, which is four decimal places, you would round it to the nearest three DECIMAL places, which would be 33.487. So, the answer to your question is; 33.487 is already rounded to three decimal places.

2229.66 to 0 decimal places = 2230

132600 = 132600.00 to 2 decimal places

2356164.38 already has only 2 decimal places, so there is no need to round it.

I think it is 0.27 but l don't know if that is correct.

0.938

It means to round a decimal number to its nearest hundredth place as for example 2.125 rounded to 2 decimal places is 2.13

In Excel, the second argument of the Round function specifies the number of decimal places to round to. If this number is negative, it rounds to corresponding digits before the decimal point.

There is no need to round 1097 to any decimal places as there are no digits following a decimal point.

6.857142 rounded to three decimal places is 6.857.

Rounded to three decimal places, this is equal to 1.397.

13.6599 rounded to 3 decimal places is 13.660.

146.875 rounded to three decimal places is 147.

It is already in two decimal places as 131.88

8.588 rounded to two decimal places is 8.59.

585.9607377 rounded to three decimal places is 585.961.

37.99095 rounded to four decimal places is 37.9910.

22.338 = 22.34 rounded to 2 decimal places

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