Tony is given the following quiz: Round \(\frac{5}{11} = 0.\overline{45}\) to the nearest

\(\bullet\) 1) whole number

\(\bullet\) 2) tenth

\(\bullet\)3) hundredth

\( \bullet\) 4) thousandth

\(\bullet\) 5) ten thousandth

\(\bullet\) 6) hundred thousandth

Tony completes the quiz as follows. He first (correctly) rounds \(0.\overline{45}\) to the nearest hundred thousandth, and writes it as his answer for question 6. Then he rounds his answer for question 6 to the nearest ten thousandth and uses that as his answer for question 5. Then he rounds his answer for question 5 to the nearest thousandth and uses that as his answer for question 4. Then he rounds his answer for question 4 to the nearest hundredth and uses that as his answer for question 3. Then he rounds his answer for question 3 to the nearest tenth and uses that as his answer for question 2. Finally, he rounds his answer for question 2 to the nearest whole number, uses that as his answer for question 1, and turns in the quiz. How many questions does Tony get wrong?

DewdropDancer Jan 5, 2021