To the nearest tenth it is: 5.6
nearest tenth is first place after the decimal. Look to the second place after the decimal; if it is less than 5 you keep the original first place after the decimal; if grater than 5, you round up by adding 1 to the irst place after the decimal; in your case since the second place after decimal is 0 then the nearest tenth is 3.0
Round to the nearest tenth, the first decimal place to the right of the decimal point.
Tenth place is 1 to right of decimal, so 4.3188 is 4.3
It means to round the number to one place to the right of the decimal point. For example, 5.73702 rounded to the nearest tenth is 5.7
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.
217.8 the same as asking to round a number to one decimal place.
When talking about money one cent is two decimal places. $0.01 (one cent) one tenth of a cent is to three decimal places $0.001 (one tenth of a cent) So if you are rounding to the nearest tenth of a cent round to the third decimal place. Round up if the fourth decimal place is 5 or higher and round down if it is 4 or lower.
It is 46.9