# math

what is the greatest odd number that would be produced when 660 is rounded off to the nearest hundreds?

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1. What do you mean by "would be produced?"

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2. i just copy the question on my books....and i would like also to thank you Ms.Sue for the past homework question i post that you answered,i analyze it then i got your point.its really a big help.thank you and God Bless You.

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posted by yhury

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4. And you're welcome. :-)

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5. I think "would be produced" is superfluous wording. I read it as what is the greatest odd number after rounding 660 to the nearest hundreds. 660 rounds to 700 and that's an odd number

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