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posted by Kim .
how to round 0.2055 to 3 decimals

Usually, the rule is to go to the 4th place and it is 5 or higher round up. The answer would be .206
There is also another rule that says to round up when there is a 5 only if the answer will be even. Again, .206 would be the answer.
Using either rule we get .206
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