Q: How do you get a raptor flowchart to stop after 6 decimal places in an answer?

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start > read a,b > A=a*b/2 > print A >stop.

stop asking me and find out by yourself dummy !!

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if you r using division to write a fraction as a decimal how do u know when to stop dividing

Pi is an irrational number, a decimal that won't stop. It has been calculated to ten trillion digits, which is kind of silly because just 39 digits are enough to calculate the circumference of a circle the size of the observable universe with an error no larger than the radius of a hydrogen atom.To five places, it's 3.14159

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In most cases yes. Depending on your teacher, as few as two decimal places is enough. Standardized national exams like the SAT / ACT don't allow more than 3 decimal places, and the AP exam requires rounding to exactly 3 decimal places.

start > read a,b > A=a*b/2 > print A >stop.

stop asking me and find out by yourself dummy !!

1/3 = 1 ÷ 3 = 0.333... (with the 3 recurring). When rounding to any number of decimal places it will round down, so stop after as many 3s as decimal places to which you want to round. eg to 1 dp 1/3 ≈ 0.3 to 4 dp 1/3 ≈ 0.3333

start accept a,b and c c=a+b display c stop

You do a long division - using whichever method you have been taught. Don't stop with a remainder but carry on until you see a repeating pattern emerging (after 6 decimal places).

Yamaha stopped making the Warrior in 2004, and started making the Raptor.

(number) X 10^(power) example 2.343 X 10^8 ---------------------------- 1450 = 1.45 x 103 basically you shift the decimal place over to the left and stop just before the last number. Multiply this new number by 10 to the power of the number of decimal places you shifted by. 0.00145 = 1.45 x 10-3 its the same thing for decimal numbers except you shift the decimal place to the right and stop just after the first number greater than 0. you multiply this number by 10 to the negative power of the number of decimal places you shifted by.

start accept P ci =A-P A=P+i Print Ci Print C STOP

It's a decimal that doesn't stop.

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