There are infinitely many such numbers.
99 - from 750 to 849. This is just integers though, there are an infinite number of numbers that can be rounded to 800 if we include decimals.
21079000000 rounded to the nearest hundred thousand is 21079000000
There aren't any numbers that round to 350 to the nearest hundred.
There are infinitely many such numbers. One such is 502.
When rounding to the nearest hundred, 100 whole numbers will round to each hundred:50 from below49 from abovethe hundred itself will also round to itselfmaking 50 + 49 + 1 = 100 numbers
An infinite number.
999 of them.
There are infinitely many numbers between 65+ and 75-
Anything from 599,500 to 600,499 1000 numbers
All numbers can be rounded to the nearest ten.
350 to 449 -- 100 numbers
335 to 344
All from 950 to 999 ie 50 of them.
Infinitely many, since between any two numbers, there are always additional numbers. The exact range of numbers that can be rounded to 3000 depend on how you are rounding - specifically, if you are rounding to the nearest integer, the nearest 10, the nearest 100, or the nearest 1000.
It depends on whether you are rounding to the nearest integer, nearest 10, nearest 50 etc.
The numbers 250-259 can be rounded to 300. Also 301-349 can be rounded down to 300. This works if you are rounding by the nearest hundreds place.
-- If you include decimals and fractions, then there are an infinite number of them.-- Regarding only whole numbers, all of them from 550 to 649 become 600 whenrounded to the nearest hundred. That's 100 integers all together, but you candrop out the '600' itself, leaving 99 numbers.
33,500,000 to 34,499,999
Ten integers can be rounded off to 280. An infinite number of numbers can be rounded off to 280.
Since you are rounding to the nearest thousand, after rounding you could not possibly round to 600.
45 to 54 Ten of them.
335 to 344 Ten of them.