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Here is the qs: if digit h is the hundreth's digit in the

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Here is the qs:

if digit h is the hundreth's digit in the decimal d=0.2h6, what is the value of d, rounded to the nearest tenth?

1 - d<1/4
2 - h<5

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05 Sep 2003, 08:35
here's my take.

(1) the number can be
.246
.236
.226
.216
.206
Rounded to thenearest tenth it is always .2
SUFF

(2) the number can be
.246
.236
.226
.216
.206
Rounded to thenearest tenth it is always .2
SUFF

D

I think the intended trap is to think that we are concerned with the nearest hundredth, which varies. But the tenth does not. In fact, the 6 in the thousandth position is completely useless (well, its useful for ETS as a distraction), as it never affects the tenth place.
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07 Sep 2003, 16:33
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