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Q: A pronghorn antelope can run at speeds of about 59 miles per hour. What is that speed in feet per second to the nearest whole number?

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The number is between 894,000,000 and 895,000,000. The second of these is nearer.

The two hundreds on either side of the number and their distances are:2100, which is 79 away2200, which is 21 away.The second, 2200, is the nearest.

The two whole numbers on either side of 57.3 are 57 and 58. The first of these is 57.3 - 57 = 0.3 away while the second is 58 - 57.3 = 0.7 away. So cleary the first, 57 is the nearest whole number.

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Round up to the nearest hundred - 600 (because the two number after the hundred are 50 or more). I take it the second part of the question refers to the nearest ten, as the nearest tenth would be a decimal place. Round down to the nearest ten - 560 (because the unit is less than 5).

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