Use your calculator to find the approximate value of each number, correct to two decimal places:
a)

b)

c)

d)

(a)
To find:
To find the approximate value of
Consider the following number,
Use the scientific calculator to find the value of
(b)
To find:
To find the approximate value of
(c)
To find:
To find the approximate value of
(d)
To find:
To find the approximate value of
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