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HANDOUT 2-3 Computing the Real Limits of Numbers The real limits of numbers are one-half unit above and below the stated number. For the number 10, for example, the real limits are 9.5 and 10.5. For the number 10.6, the real limits are 10.55 and 10.65. For the number 10.77, the real limits are 10.765 and 10.775. Helpful hint: The real limits always have an extra decimal place. Find the real limits of 1) 27

2) 14.2

3) 135.44

4) 0

5) –2.6

6) 15567.2

7) 1.1

8) 5.65554

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