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How to round off repeating numbers after decimal.

Aakash Pandita

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When you round off you don't move the decimal point which you have done there...it will still be 'nought point something' unless you are rounding to the nearest whole number which would be 1 in that example's case. If the last digit you are interested in is 5 or higher you round up by 1 the digit before that one.


So, 8.888 would be 8.89


Here's a more complete explanation on rounding off:



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