Math - Please Check My Answer

Please help me with the following:

Find the greatest possible error for each measurement.



4 1/2 oz



A. 1/4 oz

B. 2 1/2 oz

C. 1 oz

D. 2 1/4 oz



I know it is not B(I got it wrong.), but I think it is A. Is this correct?



Please help me by checking my answer. Any help is appreciated!!! :)

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  1. I agree with A.

  2. Okay, cool. Thank you Ms. Sue. :)

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  3. You're welcome, Brady.

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