what does 9.4 round to?

1. 9.0

posted by isaiah
2. If it's rounded, leave off the ".0"

posted by drwls
3. it would be 9 because the number after the point (decimal) is less than 5.

posted by dan
4. using only whole numbers make as many diffrerent rectanglesas you can that have either the same area or the same perimeter as the rectangles in exercises 1-4

posted by lucca
5. aleah needs halp with math

posted by Aaleash
6. 9.0

posted by M
7. what is 82 degrees below the boiling point?

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