It's still zero.
It already is rounded to one decimal place.
The '9' is in the "first decimal" place and the '3' is in the "second decimal" place.Rules for roundingIf the number in the second decimal place is 5 or greater then the number in the first decimal place is rounded upwards by 1.If the number in the second decimal place is 4 or less then the number in the first decimal place is left unchanged.As the problem in this case is 3.93 and the number in the second decimal place is less than 5, we end up with3.9 "correct to one decimal place" or "rounded to one decimal place".
To get the decimal, divide the numerator of the fraction by the denominator. If the decimal runs to more than one place, then you have to round it to one decimal place.
The number is given to only one decimal place so you cannot round it to two places. The number could have had any value in the range [0.55 to 0.65] and you have no way of knowing what it was so no way of representing the number to two decimal places.
To one decimal place it is rounded to 0.9
That depends on what you want to round it to, like one decimal place or a whole number, as in the following examples: One decimal place: 1.7 A whole number: 2
Look at the number in the second decimal place. If that number is 4 or less, zero it and everything to the right of it out. If that number is 5 or higher, increase the first decimal place by one and zero everything to the right of it out.
To one decimal place, we look at the digit in the hundredths place, which is a 2. The number will round down to 5.5 as the answer. To one whole number, it will round up to 6 as the answer.
to round 68.4 to one decimal place = 68.4
11.3 rounded to one decimal place is 11.3. "To one decimal place" simply means that your number should only have one decimal number in it. When you round, numbers 1 to 4 round down (so 11.32 would become 11.3) and numbers 5 to 9 round up (so 11.38 would become 11.4).
217.8 the same as asking to round a number to one decimal place.
Rounding a number to one decimal place means rounding it to one number after the decimal point (dot/period). The first number after the decimal point is a 4. To determine if it should be rounded up you look at the second number after the decimal with is also a 4. If it were a five or greater you would round up, but it's not so you don't. Thus 2.447 rounded to one decimal place is 2.4
It can be rounded to 1.7 to one decimal place or 2 as a whole number
Round 10.99557429 to one decimal place is 11.0
As I would explain and show students, in order to round, you look at the number in the place to the right of where you want to round. If that number is 5 or more, you round up. If it's less than 5, you round down.For example, you want to round 12.54 to 1 decimal place. Look at the number in the second decimal place. That number is a 4, which is less than 5. So you'd round this down. That means your answer would be 12.5.But what if the original number was 12.58 and you needed to round this to 1 decimal place. The number in the second decimal place is an 8, which is greater than 5. So you'd round up. That means taking the number in the first decimal place and increasing it by one. So you'd round to 12.6.
write the number 15.46 correct to one decimal place