Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Cent?

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To round a number to the nearest cent use the basic mathematical rounding off techniques. If the last number were kept has a number before it that is less than five, there is no need to increase. In the case that the number to be deducted is greater than five are, the number to be kept is increased by one.
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Round off to the nearest cent means round off to the nearest
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The answer is 325.00.
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1. Look at the amount of cents in a number. The cents will appear after the decimal. For instance, if you have $4.82, you would focus on the 0.82 portion of the number. 2. Round up
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Since you always round numbers that are 5 and over up it would be 7.78. 7 dollars 78 cents because 7.7777 the 3rd number cuz u want 2 numbers after the decimal, is over 5 so u round
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