Yes, it would round up to 6. The rule is that if a number is at the .5 mark or higher you round up, and if it's less than .5 you round down. Since 5.5 is right at the .5 mark, you would still round up to 6.
As the digit after the decimal point is 6, we round the number up to 29.
It rounds up to 6 because .7 rounds up to 1
In the number 8.67 the 6 is in the tenths position. To round you use the number to the right of the position you want to round to. If this number is 5 or greater you round up. In this case the number to the right of the tenths digit is a 7 so you round the 6 up becoming a 7. So, . . . 8.67 rounded to the nearest tenth is 8.7
An integer is a whole number. To round you take the number to the right, and if it is 1-4 you round all the numbers to the right of the whole numbers and delete them. If the number is 5-9 you round up. In this case the number beside the integer is 6, which rounds up. 69.65 rounds up to 70.
The digit in the hundreds position is a 6, so it will round the number up, leaving 410000 as the answer.
6.402 rounds down to 6. 6.5 rounds up to 7.
You take the number before the number you want to round it to. Round to tens: 97112770 (7 is greater then 4, so you round up) round to hundreds: 97112800 (6 is greater then 4 so you round up) round to thousands:97113000 (greater then 4, round up) round to ten thousands: 97113000 (greater then 4, round up) round to hundred thousands: 97100000 (less then 4, round down) round to millions: 97000000 (less then 4 round down) round to billions: 10,000,000 (more then 4 round up)
The nearest whole number would be 3, since 6 would cause the 2 to round up to 3.
You round .4 .3 .2 and .1 down and .5 .6 .7 .8 and .9 up.
If you round off 3,278,429 to the nearest ten thousand, you would look at the number in the one thousand place - in this case, an 8. If the number is 5 or less, you would round down. If the number is 6 or higher, you would round up. Since 8 is higher that 6, you would round up, yielding 3,279,000.
We look at the figure in the thousands place. As it is a 6, it will round up the overall number to 400000.
The digit in the hundreds position is a 6, rounding the number up to 15000.
The answer is 60. 62 6= tens place 2= ones place 62 When you round up, the number HAS to be a number from 5-9 (5, 6, 7, 8, or 9). You can't round up when the number is from 0-4 (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4). So, that is why the answer is 60...or that is how you round it to the nearest ten.
It then becomes 6 because .7 rounds up to 1
To solve this, look at the number in the tenths place, which in this case is 6. Look to the right of this to see if the next number would cause the 6 to round up or not. In this case, the 9 would make the 6 round up to a 7, so the answer is 83.7.
To the nearest whole number 14.62 is 15 To round to the nearest whole number, look at the tenths digit: if it is 5 or more, round up, otherwise round down. For 14.62 the tenths digit is 6, which is 5 or more, so round it up to 15.
To one decimal place, we look at the digit in the hundredths place, which is a 2. The number will round down to 5.5 as the answer. To one whole number, it will round up to 6 as the answer.
The 6 in the ones position causes the number to round up to give use 1260 as the answer.
The first significant number is 6 but since the next number is over 5, we round the 6 up so it becomes 7000
if you have a number with a five as the last digit you round up.
You count the number 5 as the first significant figure,7 the second, 6 the third. You then round the it up or down from the following number. As it it 0 you round down, leaving it as 6. A: 5.76
Question: How to round a number? Answer: if the number is 4 or below you round down if it's 5 or above you round up.
When you round the 9 in the number 9.84 it will round up to the number 10.