Only if you were asked to find the mean to the nearest tenth. If so, don't round each number; calculate the mean first and then round it to the nearest tenth.
It is already at the nearest tenth. If you mean the nearest ten, then it is 310.
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
Depending if you mean a dot or a comma: 4,846 rounded to its nearest tenth is 4850. 4.846 rounded to its nearest tenth is 0.
314 is already at the nearest tenth. If you mean the nearest ten, then it is 310.
I t is rounding to one decimal place.
Round to the nearest tenth, the first decimal place to the right of the decimal point.
It is already rounded to the nearest hundredth. If you mean rounded to the nearest tenth it is 22.0
A number with one digit after (to the right of) the decimal point is said to have one decimal place. The number can also be said to be rounded to the nearest tenth.
Do you mean rounded to the nearest tens? (Tenth) refers to a decimal form. For example: 180.35, the 3 is in the tenth value, so if you rounded it, it would be 180.4 or 180.40 . According to your problem 180 can't be round because zero isn't a whole number. So for your answer it would be 180.
It means that a number that is nearest one
When we describe numbers to the nearest tenth, we describe them in terms of units of ten. Take the number 145. Here, the unit of ten is the 'forty' (145). In the number 372, the unit of ten is the seventy (372).To round a number to the nearest tenth, what one has to do is look at the 'units' part of the number- that is the digit at the end of the number. In our examples, these units are 5 and 2 respectively. (145 and 372)If this unit number is 4 or below, we don't round up the number in the tens column. If the unit number is 5 or above, we round up the number in the tens column. So, our examples to the nearest ten are 150 and 370. I've put some more examples below;13276 to the nearest ten is 1328024 to the nearest ten is 2047253849 to the nearest ten is 47253850
It is zero but if you mean .12 to the nearest tenth then it is .1 because 2 is less than 5
50! (i mean 50, not 50 factorial!) :D
20. Or, if you mean ''22,883'', then the answer would be 22,880.
If you mean the nearest tenth, then it would be 0.4. Since six is larger than five, the three rounds up.Now if you actually mean rounding to the nearest tens, then it would round down to zero.
It is to find a whole number which is a multiple of ten to give the nearest ten. The rounding could be to the nearest dozen (12), 25, 50, 100 or any convenient whole number.
Rounding is not done in stages like the above suggests. If 4.445 is rounded to the nearest hundredth, it becomes 4.45. This does not mean that rounding it to the nearest tenth would be 4.5 though. Rounding it to the nearest tenth would be 4.4, and rounding it to the nearest whole number would be 4. Rounding numbers multiple times leads to compacted error, not an accurately rounded number.
64.99 rounded to the nearest tenth * * * * * The above answer is absolute rubbish. The geometric mean is sqrt(125*5) = sqrt(625) = 25 As it happens, the arithmetic mean is (125 + 5)/2 = 130/2 which is exactly 65. That is nearly the same as the answer given although I cannot understand why it required rounding. Furthermore, 64.99 is a number rounded to the nearest hundredth, not the nearest tenth!
It is already a number but if you mean to the nearest whole number then it is 103 because .4 is less than .5
The nearest whole number to 72 is 72. Or perhaps you mean, 71 and 73.