How would you write 6.3cm to 3 sig fig and to the nearest millimetre ?. Watch

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It's not 6.30 because that is to the nearest tenth of a millimetre?
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6.30cm (3.s.f) and it already is to the nearest millimetre (6.30cm = 63mm).

But if it is a bounds question, then I think it would be 6.25cm X < 6.35cm.
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Would 6.30 be to the nearest tenth millimetre.?
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