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if the unit digit ie the '3' in 53 is less than 5, round down - if the unit digit is 5 -9 you round up.. Examples... 41 - round down to 40 67 - round up to 70 59 - round up to 60 33 - round down to 30 56 - round up to 60 75 - round up to 80

lets say you have the number 0.254 to round it to the nearest fourth you round it to 0.25 4 and below round down 5 and up round up

You would round it UP - to 70

The First Round-Up was created on 1934-05-05.

7 will round up.

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how do i round up 489,334,209

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

A round-up. See Round-up.

Round Up was created in 2001.

To round to the nearest whole number, round down to 60. To round to the nearest hundred, round up to 100.

You would round the nine up, which will round the next nine up, which will round the 0 up. So you will be left with 1.

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)

You can't round up to a number that's lower than you started. Round up to 50000

I assume you mean to round it up to the second decimal place - in which case - you would round it up to read 84.38

if the unit digit ie the '3' in 53 is less than 5, round down - if the unit digit is 5 -9 you round up.. Examples... 41 - round down to 40 67 - round up to 70 59 - round up to 60 33 - round down to 30 56 - round up to 60 75 - round up to 80

395 would round up to 400. 394 would round down to 390.

The 8 will round up the 9, which will round up the 1, giving:5.920