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Determine the real limits of the following values:
a. 10 pounds (assume the smallest unit of measurement is 1 pound)
b. 2.5 seconds (assume the smallest unit of measurement is 0.1 second)
c. 100 grams (assume the smallest unit of measurement is 10 grams)
d. 2.01 centimeters (assume the smallest unit of measurement is 0.01 centimeter)
e. 5.232 seconds (assume the smallest unit of measurement is 1 millisecond)
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