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1) Each of the following numbers is expressed to the nearest whole number.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
a. 133
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
1) Each of the following numbers is expressed to the nearest whole number.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
b. 2000
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
1) Each of the following numbers is expressed to the nearest whole number.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
c. 0
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
1) Each of the following numbers is expressed to the nearest whole number.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
d. -6
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
1) Each of the following numbers is expressed to the nearest whole number.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
e. 48
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
1) Each of the following numbers is expressed to the nearest whole number.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
f. 152
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
2) Each of the following numbers is correct to one decimal place.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
a. 20.0
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
2) Each of the following numbers is correct to one decimal place.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
b. -0.6
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
2) Each of the following numbers is correct to one decimal place.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
c. 14.3
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
2) Each of the following numbers is correct to one decimal place.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
d. 2.7
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
2) Each of the following numbers is correct to one decimal place.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
e. 5.0
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
2) Each of the following numbers is correct to one decimal place.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
f. 0.2
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
3) Each of the following numbers is correct to two significant figures.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
a. 7000
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
3) Each of the following numbers is correct to two significant figures.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
b. 0.029
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
3) Each of the following numbers is correct to two significant figures.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
c. 36000
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
3) Each of the following numbers is correct to two significant figures.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
d. 6.2
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
3) Each of the following numbers is correct to two significant figures.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
e. 0.74
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <
3) Each of the following numbers is correct to two significant figures.
(i) Give the upper and lower bounds of each.
(ii) Using x as the number, express the range in which the number lies as an inequality.
f. 820
i) LB = , UB = ii) ≤ x <