Q: How do you round to 1 decimal point?

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It is 13.3

As the digit after the decimal point is 6, we round the number up to 29.

3.1You look at the second digit after the decimal point and ask if it is greater than or equal to 5.If it is you round up the first digit after the decimal point. If not, then you round down (i.e. the first digit after the decimal point stays as it was).So for 3.077, "7" is greater than or equal to five so we round up to 3.1 (to one decimal place).

The digit after the decimal point is a 9, so we round up to give 7 as the answer.

Any decimal less than one will round to zero.

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If you are trying to round 376.99 to 1 decimal point, the answer is 377.0

14.8

It is 13.3

It is 65.9

It will round up to 0.9 to one decimal place

As the digit after the decimal point is 6, we round the number up to 29.

3.1You look at the second digit after the decimal point and ask if it is greater than or equal to 5.If it is you round up the first digit after the decimal point. If not, then you round down (i.e. the first digit after the decimal point stays as it was).So for 3.077, "7" is greater than or equal to five so we round up to 3.1 (to one decimal place).

The digit after the decimal point is a 9, so we round up to give 7 as the answer.

No rounding is necessary - the number is already rounded to one decimal place.

There is no need to round 1097 to any decimal places as there are no digits following a decimal point.

The digit after the decimal point is a 1 so we round down, to give 3 as the answer.

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