algebra
posted by Mary .
In finding distance problems i understand the use of formula of d/rt then what i do not understand is the giving solutions in 3 decimal places. Can someone give an example step by step? The answer I do not need it is how to do it? Textbook says use calculator this is where problem is

algebra 
Ms. Sue
Three decimal places is the three numbers after the decimal point.
Examples:
0.54675 = 0.547
0.41636 = 0.416 
algebra 
PsyDAG
It is not d/rt, but d = rt, translating into distance = rate times time. This may be your problem.
.001 is three decimal places.
If you don't know how to use a calculator, do calculations by hand.
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