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Welcome to our Math video lesson on **Significant Figures**, this is the seventh video lesson of our suite of math video lessons covering the topic of **Rounding and Significant Figures**, you can find links to the other video lessons, traditional online math lessons and access additional Math learning resources below the video.

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