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2. If an object is described as weighing 6.20 grams, then is this the exact weight of the object? If not, what can you say about the weight of the object? Explain your answer in detail.Beckmann, Sybilla. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities, (p. 513). Pearson Education. Kindle Edition.

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2. If an object is described as weighing 6.20 grams, then is this the exact weight of the object? If not, what can you say about the weight of the object? Explain your answer in detail.

Beckmann, Sybilla. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities, (p. 513). Pearson Education. Kindle Edition.

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