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750 should be rounded up to 800. When rounding anything equal to or greater than 5 gets rounded up, while everything else gets rounded down. In this case the tens place value "5" is equal to or greater than 5, so the number rounds up.

91.5 rounded to the nearest whole number is: 92. This is because the decimal value ".5" gets rounded up. Anything equal to or greater then 5 when rounding gets rounded up.

12, a whole number.

4 As the number after the decimal point is greater than 5 the number is rounded up

When the value 4,449 is rounded to two significant figures the number should be reported as 4,400

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The nearest whole number is 9. Rounded up, it's 10.

0.45 should be rounded down to 0.

12 if rounded to the nearest whole number

750 should be rounded up to 800. When rounding anything equal to or greater than 5 gets rounded up, while everything else gets rounded down. In this case the tens place value "5" is equal to or greater than 5, so the number rounds up.

It is 41 if rounded up. Or 40 if rounded down.

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For cowboys, "rounded up" means "corralled." For mathematicians, "rounded up" means "estimated to a higher number that is shorter or easier to work with."

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