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# How much money is 34 of \$24 Draw a diagram to illustrate theproblem ISBN: 9781591417835 476

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How much money is 34 of \$24? Draw a diagram to illustrate theproblem.

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MA 201 Rounding whole numbers When you are given a number that you want to round to a certain place value, the digit to the immediate right of that place value digit is called the decision digit. For example if we round 61,985 to the nearest thousands place, 9 would be the decision digit. Standard rounding Round the number up if the decision digit is 5-9. Round the number down of the decision digit is 0-4 Rounding numbers make it easier to deal with the numbers. But 47,500 could be rounded to 48000 just as easily as it could be rounded down. Using standard rounding often overestimated the answer. Bankers rounding. This rounding tens to try top fix overestimating.

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