A Baseball team only bats 9. A DH can bat in any player's place, but that player will not bat in the 10th spot.
It is already rounded to the nearest tenth.
Position of 2.
34 is one tenth of 340. This can be found by moving the decimal place one position to the left.
As the digit is the hundredth position is a 6, it rounds up the tenth figure to give 0.2 as the answer.
If a pitcher gets only one batter out, he is credited with ' 0.1 ' innings pitched. That's not a tenth, it means one-third.
The value in the tenths position is the 7.
it only goes to seventh
219.1. The place to the right of the decimal place is the tenths position
As the position in the hundredths position is a 6, we round up to give 2289.1 as the answer.
24.1 Look at the number in the hundredths position. If it is less than 5 (as in this case) round the tenth digit down.
It is the place that is one position to the right of the decimal point.
The value of number nine in the number 4.9 is number position named the tenth. The tenth is the first number after the decimal point in this case it is the number nine.
As the digit in the ones position is a 2, we round down to get 6350.
3.4 is rounded to the nearest tenth. The tenths position, next to the decimal point, contains '4' and there is nothing after it.
You take the hundredths position and round it to the tenths position. In this example 2 rounds down to add nothing and thus forms 2.3
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The designated hitter is the tenth player in a baseball lineup. Designated hitters are players that do nothing but bat. They bat in the place of one of the team's player who is out in the field. For teams with designated hitters its always the pitcher that the DH bats in place of as so the pitcher can completely focus on pitching, but technically it could be any player.
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The number is 45789.64 and you examine the hundredth position digit. If it is equal to or greater than 5, add 1 to the tenths position. In our case the hundredth position is 4 so we do nothing. The required result is 45789.6
The 5 in the hundredths position will round the digit in the tenths place up, to give 0.5 as the answer.
The digit in the hundredth position is 4, so we round down to give 1.5 as the answer.
As there is a 6 in the hundredth position, it is rounded up to give us 5.00 as the answer.
In the number 8.67 the 6 is in the tenths position. To round you use the number to the right of the position you want to round to. If this number is 5 or greater you round up. In this case the number to the right of the tenths digit is a 7 so you round the 6 up becoming a 7. So, . . . 8.67 rounded to the nearest tenth is 8.7