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The following drill bits came in a typical set. Covert each bit size to millimeters (mm),rounding to nearest tenth of a millimeter. 1/16 in or 5/64in

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1 inch = 25.4 mm (exactly)
so 1/16" = (1/16)*25.4 = 1.5875 mm
Can you round to the nearest 0.1 mm?

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yes to 1.6

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