Directions: Using the digits 0 to 9, at most one time each, fill in the boxes to create two numbers that both round to 5 and have the greatest (or least) possible difference with 5. Each digit may only be used once.

### Hint

### Hint

Where are the numbers that round to 5 on a number line?

How close does a number have to be to 5 to round to 5?

How close does a number have to be to 5 to round to 5?

### Answer

### Answer

Greatest Difference: 4.60 and 5.39 with a difference of 0.79

Least Difference: 4.98 and 5.01 with a difference of 0.03

Least Difference: 4.98 and 5.01 with a difference of 0.03

Source: Mike Wiernicki

I didn’t quite understand how to do this but ok

hi ili

4.60 and 5.12

It’s 4.32 and 5.01

I mean 0.12 and 8.97

4.60 and 5.39

It’s 4.32 and 5.01

What is this please tell me

I need help

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Greatest Difference: 4.60 and 5.39 with a difference of 0.79

Least Difference: 4.98 and 5.01 with a difference of 0.03

Greatest Difference: 4.60 and 5.39 with a difference of 0.79

Least Difference: 4.98 and 5.01 with a difference of 0.03

Greatest Different: 4.60 and 5.39 with a difference of 0.79 Least Difference: 4.98 with a difference of 0.03

Greatest Difference 4.60 and 5.39 with a difference of 0.79

Least Difference 4.98 with a difference of 0.03

4.98 and 3.76