To round off 430 you will have to round up or down. To round down then it till be 400 to round up it will be 500
If the answer is equal to exactly .500000 do not round. If the answer in below this, then round down and if it is greater then round up.
You round off the number 16 to the nearest ten by rounding up to 20. You look at the number to the right of the number you want to round, if it is a 5 or above you round up and if it is a 4 or under you round down.
.08 or 8 centavos. If the cut off digit is 5-9 round up. If the cut off digit is 0-4 round down.
38 and 37
To round to the nearest whole number, round down to 60. To round to the nearest hundred, round up to 100.
Up if it is more than half, down if it is less than half. You round it off by omitting the decimal place. So .0234 becomes .023, and .0236 becomes .024.
18.27 ( 5 and up round up 4 and down round down :P )
Always look at the next digit to the right of where you want to round up or down to. If the next digit is 5 or more, you round up. If it's 4 or less, you round down. In this case, you would round the number down to 15.33
when the last digit is 4 or under, round down. "five or above, give it a shove" round up.
It means you should take your answer and round it up or down to the nearest multiple of ten. and number that ends in 1,2,3,4 you round down and any number ending in 5,6,7,8,9 you round up. for instance . . . 13 ends in a 3 and would round down to 10. 18 ends in an 8 and would round up to 20. 775 ends in a 5 and would round up to 780. 1282 ends in a 2 and would round down to 1280. Hope that helps.
The question is not using the terms correctly. A number is rounded to N significant places, N being a variable. So you would round to 2 significant figures, or 4, 5, or whatever was appropriate. Good explanatins and examples are to found from the links below, If you are asking whether to round up or down, in pre-computer days, it was usual to round down between .0 and .49, and to round up from .5 to .99. With the advent of spreadsheets, it is more dependent on the programming. Some round up, some round down. Some round up half the time and down the other half. Some randomly round up or down.
29.635 can be rounded down to 29.63 or rounded up to 29.64
Depends if you want to round up or down. If you round up it's 2560, and if you round down it's 2550.
It is higher, so it would round down.
If the decimal is .5 or greater you round up. Such as if a number is 7.5 you round it off to 8.
It means to round up if the number is bigger than 5 and if the number is lower than 5 you round down
Whether to round up or down depends on the digit in the units column. If the unit value is less than 5, you round down, if the unit value is 5 or above, round up. For example: 12 (The unit column contains a 2, which is less than 5, so round down) becomes 10 15 (The unit column contains a 5, which is 5 or above, so round up) becomes 20
It would round up to 1.
You do the round off, which is a cartwheel but you land on two feet. Once you mastered that, you learn how to rebound which is after you do the round off you jump up. After that, you do your round off and then instead of jumping up, you jump backward with your hands above your head and do the back handspring.
(Y) means thumbs up and (N) means thumbs down :)
if it is half or above you round up otherwise round down
a ball of cause
Let's say you did a calculation and the answer was 15.56 cents. You would round up to the nearest cent so your answer would be 16 cents. If the answer were 15.2 cents you would round down to the nearest cent and the answer would be 15 cents. AT 15.5 you could round up or down.