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Textbook Problem

Round the following numbers to the indicated place. 4.6935 to tenths

To determine

To calculate: The round off form to tenths place of the number 4.6935.

Explanation

Given Information:

The provided decimal number is 4.6935 and the place to round off the number is tenths.

Formula used:

To calculate the round off form of the fraction follow the step shown below:

Step 1: Figure out the place at which the number is to be round off.

Step 2: Now look at the number just right to the provided place.

Step 3: If the number at right is greater than or equals to 5 then add 1 to the number at the provided place and ignore the number after the provided place otherwise just ignore the number after the provided place and leave the number as it is.

Calculation:

Consider the provided number, 4...

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