 # Exercises You can use the following problems as a self-test on the material presented in this review. If you can handle these problems, you’re ready to do all of the arithmetic in this text. If you have difficulty with any of these problems, please review the appropriate section of this prologue. You might also want to use this section as an opportunity to become more familiar with your calculator. The answers are given immediately following these exercises, along with commentary and some reminders. Round off each of the following to two places beyond the decimal point: a. 17.17532 b. 43.119 c. 1076.77337 d. 32.4641152301 e. 32.4751152301 ### Essentials Of Statistics

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4th Edition
HEALEY + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781305093836

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## ExercisesYou can use the following problems as a self-test on the material presented in this review. If you can handle these problems, you’re ready to do all of the arithmetic in this text. If you have difficulty with any of these problems, please review the appropriate section of this prologue. You might also want to use this section as an opportunity to become more familiar with your calculator. The answers are given immediately following these exercises, along with commentary and some reminders.Round off each of the following to two places beyond the decimal point:a. 17.17532 b. 43.119 c. 1076.77337 d. 32.4641152301 e. 32.4751152301

Expert Solution
To determine

a.

To round off:

The given number to two places beyond the decimal point.

### Explanation of Solution

Given:

The given number is 17.17532.

Approach:

To round off a number to two places beyond the decimal point, look at the digit in the 1000ths place (three places beyond the decimal point).

1) If the digit is 5 or more round up.

2) If the digit is less than 5 round down.

Calculation:

The given decimal number is 17.17532.

To round off, look at the digit in 1000th place

Expert Solution
To determine

b.

To round off:

The given number to two places beyond the decimal point.

Expert Solution
To determine

c.

To round off:

The given number to two places beyond the decimal point.

Expert Solution
To determine

d.

To round off:

The given number to two places beyond the decimal point.

Expert Solution
To determine

e.

To round off:

The given number to two places beyond the decimal point.

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