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# Rounding and Significant Figures Video Tutorial

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2.3Rounding and Significant Figures

In this Math video tutorial on Approximations we look into the field of Rounding and Significant Figures and cover the following points:

• What is rounding? Why do we use it?
• How many types of rounding are there? What are the corresponding digits that are associated to each of them?
• How do we round numbers to the nearest ten?
• How do we round numbers to the nearest hundred/thousand and more.
• How to perform rounding in a number axis?
• How to round non-whole numbers?
• What are significant figures?
• How to find the number of significant figures in a given value?
• How are significant figure used in practice?

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