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What this means is to round to the biggest digit that is not zero (the one furthest to the left that is not zero).

So:

2.814 would round up to 3 because the greatest nonzero digit is the two and the digit to the right of that (the 8) is between 5 & 9.

Some more examples of rounding to the greatest nonzero place:

0.00080472 ≈ 0.0008

0.330921 ≈ 0.3 (It rounds down as the number to the right of the 3 is between 0 & 4)

9.1 ≈ 9 5.942 ≈ 6

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To the nearest ten, 70

The greatest nonzero place is the number closest to the left (or the greatest number) that is not zero. So in this example, that would be the 8. So you would round the 8 up to a 9 (since 6 is greater than 4). So your answer would be 0.9

6

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0.6

0.5

0.05

It is seven tenths.

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The correct answer is 3,205

It is 72.

8.000

That rounds to 40.

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3000

The correct answer is 1

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0.64 can be rounded to 1 * * * * * But the greatest place value for a non-zero digit is the tenths.

That's the greatest common factor, or GCF.

That's the greatest common factor, or GCF.

The greatest non-zero place is the hundredths place, and so it is 8.23, exactly as in the question.

It is 0.86345, none of which are zero.