I would put 3.29 so that there are no questions or bad impressions.
Applicants always try to make their applications look and sound better than they really are and the adcoms are always engaged in untangling and deconstructing these things, so even a small round-up may leave a bad taste. I would not think it is ding-worthy but why risk?
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