**4/9 Rounded to the Nearest Hundredth**

Here we will show you step-by-step how to get the solution to: "What is 4/9 rounded to the nearest hundredth?"

First, we convert the fraction to a decimal number by dividing the numerator by the denominator:

4 / 9 = 0.444

There are two parts to the decimal number above:

Integer Part: 0

Fractional Part: 444

Now, we will make the Fractional Part just two digits (nearest hundredth) by using our rounding rules.*

In this case, Rule I applies, so 4/9 (or 0.444) rounded to the nearest hundredth in decimal format is:

0.44

Next, we will make 4/9 rounded to the nearest hundredth in fraction format. Since you can divide our decimal format answer above by 1 and keep the same value, you can make it like this:

0.44 = 0.44/1

Then, we multiply the numerator and denominator by 100 to get rid of the decimal point:

(0.44 x 100) / (1 x 100) = 44/100

That's it. 4/9 rounded to the nearest hundredth is displayed below (simplified if necessary):

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**Fraction Rounded to the Nearest Hundredth**

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*** Rounding Rules**

Rule I) If the last digit in the fractional part is less than 5, then simply remove the last the digit of the fractional part.

Rule II) If the last digit in the fractional part is 5 or more and the second digit in the fractional part is less than 9, then add 1 to the second digit of the fractional part and remove the third digit.

Rule III) If the last digit in the fractional part is 5 or more and the second digit in the fractional part is 9, and the first digit in the fractional part is less than 9, then add 1 to the first digit in the fractional part and make the second digit in the fractional part 0. Then remove the third digit.

Rule IV) If the last digit in the fractional part is 5 or more and the second digit in the fractional part is 9, and the first digit in the fractional part is 9, then add 1 to the integer part and make the fractional part 00.

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