Round 2093.33 to the nearest hundredth.

Ava-May Nelson 2021-05-16 Answered
Round 2093.33 to the nearest hundredth.
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Answered 2021-05-17 Author has 105 answers
Step 1
Rounding off basically means to make a number simpler to read, but not changing its entire value. After rounding off, the new number has to be very close to the original number.
If the number is a whole number, i.e. without decimals then rounding off means rounding off to the nearest whole number whereas when the number has decimals, then the decimals are rounded off and not the whole number.
Step 2 Required number to round off to the nearest hundredth =2093.33
As we can that there is no thousandth digit in the decimals that can be used to round off the number to the nearest hundredth, hence the number is already rounded off to the nearest hundredth.
Hence, the number to the nearest hundredth is 2093.33.
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