Q: How do you round 836 to the nearest ten?

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The first numeral after the decimal place is tenths. The second is hundredths, and the third is thousandths. 0.18 is already rounded up to the nearest thousandth; you can't round it up because there is no ten thousandths to round it up from. Sorry; this is a little confusing.

It depends: If you round to the nearest unit: 1500.4 If you round to the nearest 10: 1504 If you round to the nearest 100: 1549

52, rounded to the nearest thousand, is zero.

6.3 is the nearest tenth...

You round the two numbers you are multiplying and try it. Lets use 16 and 13 and round to the nearest ten. We would round 16 to 20, and 13 to 10. Then we multiply 20 and 10 and get 200. So the answer would be around 200. The actual answer is 208 by the way.

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The answer will depend on the extent of rounding. To the nearest whole number it is 836, to the nearest million, it is 0.

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