If 5000$ is put into a savings account that past 3.5% interest compounded monthly, how much money, to the nearest ten cents, would be in that account after 6 years

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If 5000$ is put into a savings account that past 3.5% interest compounded monthly, how much money, to the nearest ten cents, would be in that account after 6 years

Rounding off means estimating precisely

(a) 4.918 m to the nearest 0.1 m

Rounding off to 0.1 m means to estimate it to one decimal placeNow we have to check digit at second decimal place which is 1Rule: If digit is greater or equal to 5 increase one to previous digit

So the answer will be: 4.9 m

(b) 9.71 cm to the nearest cm,

We have to round it off to nearest cm.As the digit after decimal is greater than 59 will be increased by 1

So the answer will be: 10 cm

(c) $10.982 to the nearest ten cents,

We have to round it off to nearest centsAs the digit after decimal is greater than 510 will be increased by 1

So the answer will be: $11

(d) 6.489 kg to the nearest - kg.

We have to round it off to nearest kgAs the digit after decimal is 4 , smaller than 5We will check on to the next digit, 8 is greater than 5previous digit (4) will be increased by 1

So the answer will be: 6.5 kg

I hope it will help you!

$5,177.80 would be the remaining amount of money left in the saving account after 6 years assuming there were no deposits or withdraws.

Step-by-step explanation:

[tex]\text{We know that the cabinet maker buys 3.5 liters of oak varnish}\\\\\text{We also know that 1 liter of oak varnish cost \$4.95}\\\\\text{To find how much the cabinetmaker paid for the varnish, multiply:}\\\\4.95\cdot3.5=17.325\\\\\text{Round to the nearest ten cents}\\\\\boxed{\$17.3}[/tex]

$1.20

Step-by-step explanation:

Round to the nearest ten cents

Pencil: $0.25, = .30

Eraser: $0.53, = .50

Pen: $0.44 = .40

Adding together

1.20

[tex]\frac{x}{8.67} \frac{15}{100} \\ 100x=130.05 \\ \frac{100x}{100} \frac{130.05}{100} \\ x= 1.30[/tex]

answer; 1.40 Step-by-step explanation: 30+60+50

$701.50 --OD

Step-by-step explanation:

Step 1

In Rounding to the nearest 10 cent, Our target value should be in the tenths position after the decimal point, the target value depends on the value of the nearest hundredth or cent which could be rounded up or down.

Step 2

$701.49

since the value at the hundredths position is 9 , we round up 4 in the tenths position to 5 and make 9 , zero giving us

$701.50

D. $701.50

Step-by-step explanation:

Since we are rounding to the nearest tenth decimal, look in the hundredths place for the number to round up or down with. In this case, it is 9. That means the tenths place would round up to 5.

17600

Step-by-step explanation:

calculator

9.37

Ten cents= 10,20,30,40 so on.

Question is: is 9 closer to 10 or 0?

9 is 9 numbers away from 0 and only 1 number away from 10. That means 10 is the nearest answer.

Rounded= 10 cents per hour