It means to round the number to the nearest four decimal places (0.0000) for example the number 12.3476589 would be 12.3477 . The four decimal places are the amount of numbers after the decimal dot. For the fourth number after the decimal point, if the number after it is 5 or higher, than you round up to the next decimal number. If it is below five, you leave it as it is. If the fourth number is nine and the next one is eight for example, you also rise the third number as well as the fourth.
5.6715 is correct to 4 decimal places
The correct answer is 16.0000
The correct answer is 33.0000
The correct answer depends on what is known about the number 2610. If it is known to be correct to 3 significant figures, the correct answer is 2620. If it is known to be correct to 4 significant figures, the correct answer is 2622. If all the numbers are known to be accurate to at least 2 decimal places then the correct answer is 2621.92
It is already rounded to 4 decimal places as 66.6666
0.6851 to 4 decimal places 0.685 to three decimal places 0.69 to two decimal places 0.7 to one decimal place
0.036089457 to four decimal places (4 places of precision) is 0.0361. The number at the 5th decimal place (8) is used to round *up* the 4th decimal place figure from 0 to 1. If the number at the 5th decimal place had been
37.99095 rounded to four decimal places is 37.9910.
It is then 4.226 when rounded to 3 decimal places
0.05 rounded to 2 decimal places
3.14159 to 5 decimal places. As the the 5th digit after the decimal place is a 9 when quoting to 4 decimal places the 4th digit is rounded up so Pi to 4 decimal places is: 3.1416 If you put it that way... 3.14159265358979323 So technically I am right but, If you round it up you get 3. Just little 3
Move your decimal to places to the left which leaves you with 0.04 then convert that to a decimal: 4%.
If you mean 3/4 then it is 0.75 as a decimal
If you mean 4/20 then as a decimal it is 0.2
It is 72.0758
It depends on whether you are using the the American conversion ie1 US liquid quart = 0.9464 litres (to 4 decimal places)OR1 US dry quart = 1.1012 litres (to 4 decimal places)ORwhether you want the previously used British conversion ie1 imperial quart = 1.1365 litres (to 4 decimal places)SO35 US liquid quarts = 36.9841 litres (to 4 decimal places)35 US dry quarts = 31.7829 litres (to 4 decimal places)35 imperial quarts = 30.7957 litres (to 4 decimal places)
Not necessarily: for example, consider 0.5 * 4 = 2