52 is rounded to the nearest thousandths. However if you need to indicate that it is, you should write it as 52.000
I totally agree. You should next go on to cardioids
If that's 5.00 dollars, it's already rounded to the nearest dollar. if it's something else, you should indicate that.
Hamsters make vocal sounds for a number of reasons, some of which indicate distress. If this continues, a veterinarian should be consulted.
If that's 2398 liters, it's already rounded to the nearest liter. If it's some other unit of measure, you should indicate what it is.
A sharp pain in your ovary may be that you are ovulating. If it continues, certainly you should visit your Dr.
No they should be replaced with ellipses.
An ellipses - or three periods in a row - thusly . . .
If that's 1.4 miles, the answer is 1 mile. If it's something else, you should indicate that.
In my view, ellipses are used when one wants to exclude irrelevant parts of a quote, e.g., "President Obama said ... that he was in favor of health care reform." They should be used only when doing so does not alter the meaning of the quote.
The ... in a sentence is called an ellipsis (plural ellipses).It is used to indicate words left out.Examples:Lincoln said, "Four score and seven years ago...". The ellipsis indicates that he said more than what I've quoted.In the next scene he says "...what sounded like a countdown...". In this example, the ellipses show that I have taken a statement from the middle of a quote.You will see many misuses of ellipsis, such as this answer from another question:"Yes... you should definitely tell them because it could harm them and maybe even others..."This was exactly how the answer was written. Many people use ellipses to form sentences instead of using capitalization and correct punctuation. Please don't use ellipses like this.
89.456 should be rounded to 89 (to the nearest whole number) but it should be rounded UP to 90.
The omission should be replaced by 3 ellipses, which is 3 dots.
If that's 60.87 square kilometers, it rounds to 60.9 If it's something else, you should indicate that.
I looked at the parking attendant to indicate where I should park
19.48 should be rounded up as it is only 0.02 from 19.5 i.e. 5 tenths And 19.41 should be rounded down, for example Various arguments for which way 19.5 should be rounded (as it halfway) ...
An acceptable ellipses is three dots only. This can be made by pressing the period key three times, or making three subsequent periods. An ellipses of more than three dots is unnecessary.
That depends on what the 14494 is. If that's 14494 feet, that rounds to 14000 feet. If it's something else, you should indicate that.
Quotation marks should be used to indicate words from other languages.
That depends on what there are 1676 of. 1676 cm is already at the nearest cm. If it's some other unit of measure, you should indicate that.
Underlining is used to indicate that a word or phrase should be italicized. A wavy line indicates a word or phrase should be bold-faced.
7.4Answer:The previous answer has rounded it to tenths (and in fact should be 7.5 if rounded to the nearest tenth).To the nearest hundredth it is 7.47.
It is already rounded to the nearest hundredth. But, if you need to show that it is rounded to the nearest thousandth then the number should be written as 3.810
Because genocide continues in the world today.