Hint: .5 = .50 = .500 = .5000
When rounding to the nearest second, you have to check the numbers that come after the decimal(5.89) to see if you should round up or down.
If the number in the tenths column is 5 or more (i.e. 4.5, 3.8, 4.9, 1.7, 2.6), you have to round up. If the number in the tenths column is less than 5(i.e. 1.2, 9.3, 7.4, 9.1, 2.0), you have to round down.
57.28 = 57.00
Why? Because .28 is less than .5 and if the number in the tenths column is less than 5(i.e. 1.2, 9.3, 7.4, 9.1, 2.0), you have to round down.
Rounding up means that 1 more full second is added to the whole seconds and the numbers that come after the decimals removed.
52.85 = 33.00 (=52.85 + 1 - .85)
Rounding down means that the whole seconds (the numbers before the decimal) stay the same, no whole seconds are added, and the numbers that come after the decimals removed.
57.28=57.00 (=57.28 + 0 - .28)
Basically, you round to the nearest whole second based on these rules:
57.28=57.00 because the numbers that come after the decimal are less than 0.50
It is: 56.4 rounded to the nearest tenth
what is 60,614 round to the nearest hundred
11.66 The second place after the decimal place is the hundredths place, and 1 does not round up.
It depends in what place you are rounding to. Ex: if you round to the nearest thousand then it is 4500 but if you round to the nearest hundred then it would be 4950. If you round to the nearest ten it would be 4990 and if your round to the nearest one it would be 4999.
453,605 round to the nearest hundred thousand is 500,000
How do you round 4.1985 to the nearest hundredth
18.194 round to the nearest ones = 18
400,000 and 500,000 are the nearest hundred thousands to the given number. The second of these is nearer and so the answer is 500,000.
700,000 and 800,000 are the nearest hundred thousands to the given number. The second of these is nearer and so the answer is 800,000.
972 round to the nearest hundreds
It requires two decimal places and as the third one is a 9, it will round the second digit up, to give 2.04 as the answer.
Take the tenths place digit and look to the next digit to the right. If that number is 0-4, you round down, if 5-9 you round up.
590, You need to round it down
Round up to the nearest hundred - 600 (because the two number after the hundred are 50 or more). I take it the second part of the question refers to the nearest ten, as the nearest tenth would be a decimal place. Round down to the nearest ten - 560 (because the unit is less than 5).
934 rounded to the nearest tens is 930
42.588 rounded to the nearest hundredth is 42.59 . You have to look at the second 2 numbers, and since it is 8 you round up to 9.
Round to the nearest thousandth: 2,000 Round to the nearest hundredth: 2,200 Round to the nearest tenth: 2,190
It is already rounded to the nearest thousandth.
What is round 459 to the nearest 10
To the nearest ten cents it will round up to give 67.20 as your answer. It would round down to 67 for the nearest dollar.
Round to the nearest thousandth: 3,000 Round to the nearest hundredth: 2,600 Round to the nearest tenth: 2,580
Round off to the nearest cent, means round off to the nearest hundredths or round off to two decimal.
To the nearest ten: 760 To the nearest hundred: 800