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Q: If a equals 0 0 and b equals 6 3 find ab if necessary submit your answer as a decimal to the nearest tenth remember ab means the distance between points a and b?

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1.16 remember when its a decimal and it ends with ths, it after the decimal. When it mention and its a decimal point.:)

If you mean points of: (-5, 1) and (-2, 3) then the distance is about 3.61 rounded to two decimal places

There are inﬁnite numbers that are between 0.6 and 0.8. But the decimal RIGHT between them is 0.7.

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

Depends what decimal place you wish to round it to. For example, to no decimal places it is 2, to one decimal place it is 1.9, to two decimal places it 1.90 (however it is not entirely necessary to write the zero).

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Points: (22, 27) and (2, -10) Distance using the distance formula: 42.06 rounded to two decimal places

Points: (22, 27) and (2, -10) Distance using the distance formula: 42.06 rounded to two decimal places

42.06 units rounded to 2 dp

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A mile is a measure of distance: a decimal is not.

A decimal with 1 digit after the decimal point (such as 0.6) will be the number after the point over ten (6 over 10). A decimal with 2 is over 100, 3 is over 1,000, and so on. Remember to simplify the fraction after you convert it to fraction (if necessary).

To multiply by 10k move the decimal point k places to the right - if necessary add 0s after the last digit. To divide by 10k move the decimal point k places to the left - if necessary add 0s between the decimal point and the first digit.

It is not always necessary. For example 100/5 = 20. No decimal points in sight!

A decimal is a small part of one. For an example; it goes:One MillionHundred ThousandTen ThousandOne ThousandHundredTensOnesTenthsHundredthsWould look like this: 1234567.89 A centimeter is a unit of distance.

1.16 remember when its a decimal and it ends with ths, it after the decimal. When it mention and its a decimal point.:)

If you mean points of: (-5, 1) and (-2, 3) then the distance is about 3.61 rounded to two decimal places

If you mean points of: (-5, 1) and (-2, 3) then the distance is about 3.61 rounded to two decimal places

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