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Q: Can an object be 3 inches in length when measured to both the nearest inch and nearest half inch?

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When you are rounding out to the nearest inch. * * * * * Very funny! If the length is between (x-0.25) inches and (x+0.25) inches it will be rounded to x inches.

It is the length of an object, where the measurement is rounded to the nearest 0.5 inches.

Yes, of course, you lose more precision if you round to a half inch. Try rounding 0.76 to the nearest half unit, and to the nearest quarter unit, and see what happens.

The nearest one quarter inch of an object that measures 4 inches is four inches.

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The volume of any object is measured in cubic units of length - whatever the shape of the object. The only thing that might change are the units of length themselves: if you are imperial minded, then the volume of a model pyramid would be measured in cubic inches, that of the Egyptian or Central/South American ones would be in cubic yards. If you are SI minded, then you will prefer cubic centimetres or cubic metres.

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