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Q: 9.99 round off to the nearest tens place?

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You can round up 999 to the nearest tens (that is 1000). This is only applicable when you are doing a calculation involving very huge value, where using 1000 or 999 will have negligible effect on the final answer.

2000000

1,000

To the nearest thousand, 57000

It is 999, exactly as in the question.

1,000

It is: 1,000

100

To the nearest tens, it is 1000. However, looking at the answer, it is not possible to tell whether it is a number rounded to the nearest hundred or thousand.

30,000,000

30,000,000

999 rounded to the nearest 100 (hundreds place) is 1,000.

It depends on the magnitude to which it is rounded. To the nearest integer (or smaller) it is 9 999 999 To the nearest 10, 100, etc to 10 million, it is 10 000 000 000 To the nearest 100 million or larger, it is 0

999 rounded to the nearest thousand is 1000

999, 1001, and 1,499.999999

It is then 1000 when rounded up to the nearest thousand because 900 is greater than 500

The 5 will round the 2 up to 3, giving 0.123 as the result.

You would round it UP - to read 10.00

99

This cannot be properly answered because you did not say what place to round it to. For example; nearest whole number, hundreds, tenths, etc.

No but if there's a decimal in front of the first 9 and you round it in the nearest tenth it will be.

1099.9

One million (1,000,000).

The nearest multiple of 100 to 999 is 1000 ■

999, 998, 997 Any three between 950 and 1049