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I was wondering if it will be fine if I write the numbers in millions with 2 d.ps even if the figures in the question are given in thousands?
Surely you would need 3 decimal places (not 2)?
However I do not understand why you would want to do this. If the figures in the question are in thousands then use thousands in your answer.
Sir I do not understand that why need 3 decimal places (not 2)? Can you tel me an example? And secondly in this exam, marks are not deducted for rounding na?
$1,000 is $0.001M.
Marks are not deducted for rounding unless it is ridiculous rounding.
However again, if the figures in the question are given in thousands than used thousands in the answer. I cannot understand why you would want to do different.