Tolnaio
2020-10-25
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Round 1451.5254 to the indicated place: (a) hundred (b) ten (c) unit (one) (d) tenth (e) hundredth (f) thousandth

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Answered 2020-10-26
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Step 1
Given number: 1451.5254
Rounding off the given number to:
a) Hundred places=1500
b) Tens Place=1450
c)Unit (one) place=1452
Step 2
d) Tenth place (one decimal)=1451.5
e)Hundredth place (two decimals)=1451.53
f) Thousandth place (Three decimals)=1451.525

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