If the digit you need to round is less than five, keep that digit and round the digits after the one you're working on to zero. If the digit you need to round is five or over round up, and change the remaining digits to zero. In this case, 233 rounded to the nearest ten is 230.
5/10 is a half. The bottom half of 8 is o - a zero!
It is nought point five, zero point five, or one half
zero, one half equals five tenths, just as 4/8 and 2/4
Zero stays where it is. Five rounds up.
7/15 is closer to 1/2 than it is 0. so it rounds to 1/2.
Ten point five. One zero point five. Ten and five tenths. Ten and a half.
zero and five thousandths
twenty five zero zero zero zero zero
point zero five five or zero point zero five five or fifty-five thousandths
Three-Five-Zero-Zero was created in 1968.
You increase the number by one i.e the zero will become a 1.
zero point zero zero five five thousandths
A quarter is half way between zero and a half.
That rounds to zero.
To "round" means that you slightly alter a number to bring it to a more even quantity. It is possible to round to any place value. If you were rounding to the nearest ten, anything greater than or equal to five but less than ten would round to ten and anything less than five but greater than zero would round to zero. This is a general rule that holds true regardless of place value.
Are you asking how to round to thousands place when there's a zero in that place
Five hundred and seventy thousand. Five seven zero zero zero zero.
there is no half of zero .
8 rounded to the nearest hundred is "zero".