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1. say the number is 5.43 (imagine the dot on top of the 3) do i round the 4 to 5 or just leave it as 4 and only round it if 3 is 5 or above?
2. (Original post by Divinchi)
say the number is 5.43 (imagine the dot on top of the 3) do i round the 4 to 5 or just leave it as 4 and only round it if 3 is 5 or above?
round up if it is 5 or above.

5.43 (with a dot) is the same as 5.433333333333 which would be rounded to 5.43

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