Q: What has two hands a round face always runs but stays in place?

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zero, so it really doesn't make sense to round it.If you meant hundredth's place, then it stays as 10.91

14.76 Since the digit in the thousandths place is less than 5, the digit in the hundredths place stays the same.

You first take the place to the right. If it is 5 or above, then it rounds up. If it is 4 or below, it stays the same.

1. you take the 3 decimal place and if it is 0.005 or higher the decimal in the 2nd place goes one up but if lower it stays the same

5.82 rounded to the nearest tenth is 5.8

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A clock.

Imagine a children's merry-go-round with a vertical pole at the centre and a light on the top. You are riding round and round, but as you sit there and watch the light, it always stays in the same place. That is how it works. The Earth is a merry-go-round and the Pole Star is in line with the axis of rotation, so it always sits in the same place in the sky.

A kolea is a pacific golden plover... It always stays 1 place and comes back to the same place.....

zero, so it really doesn't make sense to round it.If you meant hundredth's place, then it stays as 10.91

14.76 Since the digit in the thousandths place is less than 5, the digit in the hundredths place stays the same.

You first take the place to the right. If it is 5 or above, then it rounds up. If it is 4 or below, it stays the same.

1. you take the 3 decimal place and if it is 0.005 or higher the decimal in the 2nd place goes one up but if lower it stays the same

That is because Polaris is vertically above the North Pole, so it's in line with the Earth's axis and it always stays in the same place in the sky as seen from any given place. As the Earth rotates everything else appears to move round it.

No, the arctic fox stays in the northern regions all year round.

That is because Polaris is vertically above the North Pole, so it's in line with the Earth's axis and it always stays in the same place in the sky as seen from any given place. As the Earth rotates everything else appears to move round it.

1.5 because the 6 in the hundredths place is 5 or bigger, then the number before it rounds a number higher. if the the hundredths place is 4 or less the number before it stays the same.

The earth orbits round the sun, whilst spinning at the same time, so when the sun sets, its just because we have spun round so we are not facing it. when the sun rises, its because the earth has spun back around to face it. so no the sun stays in the same place, the earth moves.