To round to the nearest whole number, round down to 60. To round to the nearest hundred, round up to 100.
You would look to see if the 1s is greater than or equal to 5. If it is, then you would round up, if not, then round down. The rounded number is 900.* *The number cannot be rounded to a 10. It is rounded to a 100
98 would round up to 100.
When rounding a number to the nearest 100, you have to take note of the digit in the 10 place. For example, if the number you are given is 2350 and you want to round it to the nearest 100, you would round it to 2400. If the number is 2345, however, you would round it down to 2300 because even though the 5 in the ones place would round the 4 in the tens place to a 5 if you were rounding by 10, you are not supposed to pay attention to numbers in the ones place when rounding by 100. Basically, you only pay attention to the number directly after the number you're rounding. Also, if you're rounding by 100 and the given number is something like 2970, you would have to round up to 3000.
95,96,97,98,99 round them up to the ten, all 100 to the 100, all 100.
If you were told to round two digit numbers to the closest 100, you could round everything from 10-99 to the nearest 100, inclusive of 10 and 99. I.e all two-digit numbers round up to 100. This is because "to the nearest hundred" does not mean "up to 100, or down to zero", since "zero" is not in the "hundred's" catagory. i.e you can only round up to 100.This means you have 89 seperate two-digit number which will round up to 100.
You would look to see if the 10s is greater than or equal to 50. If it is you would round the 100 up. If it isn't then you would round down. The rounded number is 700
The digit in the tens position is the first 5, so the number rounds up, giving 100 as the answer.
You would round the number up - to 38000
The smallest number that would round up to the nearest 100 to make 800 is 750.
First, 54 rounded to the nearest hundred is: 100.We round the number up to the nearest hundred if the last two digits in the number are 50 or above.
To round 165 to the nearest hundred, you consider if 65 is closer to 0 or to 100. Since 65 rounds up to 100, 165 would round up to 200. In contrast, if the question had been to round 140 to the nearest hundred, 40 would round down to zero, so the answer would have been 100.
The smallest number that rounds up to 500 when you're rounding by hundreds would be 450.
Try the ROUND function. ROUND(number,num_digits) For example, =ROUND(101.52,-1) yields: 100 =ROUND(101.52,0) yields: 102 =ROUND(101.52,1) yields: 101.5
7593656/ 100 = 75936.56 Round to nearest whole number 75937 (usually take 5 up to the next whole number) Multiply by 100 = 7593700 ie 7,593,700
The whole number part ends in 8, so it is rounded up to 100.
That depends on what unit you are rounding up to. Are you rounding up to the nearest 10? The nearest 100? The nearest 1000000?
6751 would round up 6800 for the nearest hundred and 5373 would round up to 5400.
70 When the number you are trying to round, ends in 5 or more, round up. If it ends is a number below 5, round down.
You round up to 100.
The number consists of nines, so the number will round up to 100000 as the result.
You would round up: 12400
The digit in the tens position is 8, so the number is rounded up to give 4700 as the answer.
If the number ends in 1 2 3 4 round down and round the number up if it ends 5 6 7 8 9 to get rounded to the nearest ten. If the number ends in 1-49 inclusively round down and round the number up if ends with 50-100 inclusively. For bigger numbers like 1000000 half then take away 1 to find the number to round down and the rest is rounded up. e.g. Round 776758 to the nearest million. 1/2 of 1000000 is 500000 - 1 is 499999. So if the number is less than 7499999 round if not round up. Answer is 8000000.
No. If you are rounding to the nearest integer (whole number), the 9 in the tenths place tells you to round up, to 1. But if you are rounding to the nearest 10, 100, etc., then yes, you round down to 0.