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what is 13 6/7 coverted to a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth?

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    To find the decimal number for 6/7, divide 6 by 7. Once you have that answer, it will become the number after the decimal in 13.xx

    What do you get?

    Once you have that, look at the third number after the decimal. That's the number you use for rounding to the nearest hundredth.

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