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Round each of the following numbers as specified.
(a) 508.576 to the nearest hundredth ________________
(b) 508.576 to the nearest tenth ________________
(c) 508.576 to the nearest hundred

  • math/hurry -

    (a) 508.576 to the nearest hundredth --> 508.57
    (b) 508.576 to the nearest tenth --> 508.6

  • math/hurry -

    correction, sorry
    (a) 508.576 to the nearest hundredth --> 508.58

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