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Where can I find mathswatch’s worksheet answers?
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four whole numbers are each rounded to the nearest 10. The sum of the four rounded numbers is 90.what is the maximum possible sum of the original four numbers?
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(Original post by evesolefigueras)
four whole numbers are each rounded to the nearest 10. The sum of the four rounded numbers is 90.what is the maximum possible sum of the original four numbers?
Lol how is this related to the original post?
But to answer your question, the answer I got is 106
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how 2 basic maths
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(Original post by esmith407)
Where can I find mathswatch’s worksheet answers?
http://www.madeleyhigh.org/images/ma...ok_answers.pdf
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not sure
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no where3
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Dunno
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Dunno
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(Original post by esmith407)
Where can I find mathswatch’s worksheet answers?
Dy
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hiya
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Hi. I was wondering for my students where could I find all the answers. If you know please tell me because this is very important
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(Original post by Duhitzme)
Hi. I was wondering for my students where could I find all the answers. If you know please tell me because this is very important
https://www.maricourt.net/uploads/we...ok_answers.pdf
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email mathswatch the answers.
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(Original post by evesolefigueras)
four whole numbers are each rounded to the nearest 10. The sum of the four rounded numbers is 90.what is the maximum possible sum of the original four numbers?
Rounded to the nearest 10 means each value can go 5 up and 5 down.
If the rounded numbers add to 90, the biggest value of the original numbers is if you add the upper bound.
So each number would have an extra +5 to it and there's 4 numbers so 90 + (5*4) = 110
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WERE!?
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Btw who is a frikin man here :e
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**** sorry it sended for no reason!
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