February 23, 2022

# #2585: Rounding explain

[In the top left part of the panel is a small drawing where Cueball, wearing a bike helmet and holding a bike, is speaking to Megan.]

Cueball: I can ride my bike at 45 MPH.

Cueball: If you round.

[To their right is a large number with unit, with an arrow going straight down to a normal sized similar number. From there and proceeding all the way down to the bottom, in alternating leftward and rightward rows, the rest of the comic shows arrows connecting conversions from one measured unit into another unit. Straight arrows show the direction of the sequence on each line, the end of each line curving down to start the next line in the opposite direction. The last of these lines ends close to the middle of the panel, with a straight arrow down to another large number with unit, like the first.]

**17 MPH**

8 meters/sec

16 knots

5 fathoms/sec

3 furlongs/min

6 fathoms/sec

40 KPH

22 knots

41 KPH

204 furlongs/hr

26 MPH

12 M/S

4 furlongs/min

15 yards/sec

8 fathoms/sec

15 M/S

34 MPH

5 furlongs/min

33 knots

19 yards/sec

10 fathoms/sec

36 knots

6 furlongs/min

**45 MPH**