In a maths exam if for example if it asks you to work out the percentage of boys in a class and it was 72.567489005699% do you write that in the answer space? Sometimes the question does not tell you to round it to 1 d.p or 2 d.p etc (this is CCEA gcse maths) but then I'm worried if I don't round it I'll lose marks and then I'm worried if I do I'll lose marks
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- 12-02-2017 10:22
- 12-02-2017 10:30
Unless it specifically states the accuracy to go to (eg. 2dp,3sf), round it to something sensible and write that in brackets next to your answer. You won't lose any marks.
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