# math

can someone help me round 113.47 to the nearest meter? i dont know how.

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1. it will have to be either 113 or 114, right?
so, which is closer to 113.47?
hint: 113.5 is halfway between ...

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2. no offence but this website doesnt help me at all with my question .

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