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    write down the upper bound of each of these numbers when written to the number of significant figures shown.

    68 ( 2 significant figures )

    3.14 ( 3 significant figures )

    370 (2 significant figures )

    2.718 ( 4 signifcant figures )


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    write down the upper bound of each of these numbers when written to the number of significant figures shown.

    68 ( 2 significant figures )

    3.14 ( 3 significant figures )

    370 (2 significant figures )

    2.718 ( 4 signifcant figures )


    please helppppppp
    What rounds down to make 68, but is less than 69?
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    sorry but i dont get this can your show me how you work this out
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    If it is 68 to 2sf, then the real answer could be anything from 67.5 to 68.499999999... So instead the upper bound is written as 68.5 and the lower bound is 67.5 (:


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    It's the same with 3.14 to 3sf, the real value could be anything from 3.135 to 3.145 (:


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