By Charles P. McKeague

Pat McKeague's 7th version of easy arithmetic is the ebook for the fashionable scholar such as you. Like its predecessors, the 7th version is obvious, concise, and sufferer in explaining the recommendations. This re-creation includes 1000s of latest and up to date examples and purposes, a redecorate that incorporates cleanser images and photographs (some from Google Earth) that let you see the relationship among arithmetic and your international. This contains references to modern themes like fuel costs and a few of modern day such a lot ahead pondering businesses like Google.

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A. To the nearest hundred dollars, what is the total amount spent on food and entertainment? b. To the nearest thousand dollars, how much of their income is spent on items other than taxes and savings? SOLUTION In each case we add the numbers in question and then round the sum to the indicated place. a. We add the amounts spent on food and entertainment and then round that result to the nearest hundred dollars. Food Entertainment Total Answers 3. a. 1,000 b. 1,000 4. a. 377,000,000 b. 3 Rounding Numbers, Estimating Answers, and Displaying Information b.