Q: How U Round Numbers To The Nearest Thousand?

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It is 2.5 and 2.7 because u have to go between

asshoe u put 24 near the hundreds

One decimal space, not two...that's hundredth.

if the thousanth place is 5 or above, round up. If it's lower than 5 then u leave it.

it makes it easier when u round

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the answer is 583,600 because if u round it u would get that answer lol

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asshoe u put 24 near the hundreds

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The answer is 5.40 (can also be written as 5.4). Below I have labelled the numbers with their place values. U is Units, th is tenths and hth is hundredths. U th hth 5. 4 3 Rounding with decimals follows the same rules as rounding whole numbers. When rounding to the nearest tenth, you need to look at the hundredths column. If the numbers are 1-4 round down to the nearest tenth. If they are 5-9 round up to the nearest tenth. In this case the number would become 5.40 if the number you was rounding was any of the following- 5.41, 5.42, 5.43, 5.44. It would round to 5.50 if the number was 5.45, 5.46, 5.47, 5.48, 5.49