If the first digit to the right of the decimal point is 5 or more then it is rounded up but if it is less than 5 then it is not rounded up as in the following examples:- 2.5 is rounded to 3 2.9 is rounded to 3 2.4 is rounded to 2 2.1 is rounded to 2
1.0348m rounded to 4 significant numbers is 1.035m
there are a lot of examples of whole numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. . .
There are no "these" numbers. 1456400, rounded to the nearest thousand is 1456000
3.7 is rounded up to 4.if the numbers after the decimal point (in this case 7) are higher than 5, it is rounded up.Other examples are: 2.45. The 45 means that it is less than a half, so it is rounded down to 2
Ten integers can be rounded off to 280. An infinite number of numbers can be rounded off to 280.
There are no set rules about rounding numbers, so when rounding numbers, mathematical rules about rounding can be used. For example, 14 would be rounded to 10, but 15 would be rounded to 20. For another example, 1144 is rounded to 1140 and 1145 is rounded to 1150.
Ten whole numbers can be rounded to 30. The numbers are 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and 34. There are an infinite number of complex numbers in the interval [25,35) that can be rounded to 30.
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.
Since numbers equal to or greater than 5 are rounded up, and numbers equal to or less than 4 are rounded down, the largest 4-digit number that can be rounded off to 3000 would be 3004.