4th grade math
posted by megajolt .
explain how you rounded 6.987 to the nearest tenth.

8 is larger than 4, so you need to round the 9 up.
6.987 = 7.0 
30.0

the 8 goes up and the 7 goes up so 6.987 is rounded to 7.00.I know that alot of people just want to know the answer..!
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