Q: In math do you round up 5 or down?

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That already is. The rule with math for rounding up or down is as follows:- when you have any number with decimal places any thing from .5 above gets round up and anything below .5 gets rounded down.

7 will round up.

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

Typically 5 is the number to determine whether or not you should round up or down. When the number is 5 or greater, you round up, if it's less than 5 you round down. In other words, if you were to round to the nearest 10s place when you have a 4, you would round down to 0.

Whether to round up or down depends on the digit in the units column. If the unit value is less than 5, you round down, if the unit value is 5 or above, round up. For example: 12 (The unit column contains a 2, which is less than 5, so round down) becomes 10 15 (The unit column contains a 5, which is 5 or above, so round up) becomes 20

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That already is. The rule with math for rounding up or down is as follows:- when you have any number with decimal places any thing from .5 above gets round up and anything below .5 gets rounded down.

7 will round up.

18.27 ( 5 and up round up 4 and down round down :P )

If I think your asking the question how I think your asking it, then any number 5 and above you round up. If its below 5 you round down. :-)

15 round 5 0-4 round down 5-9 round up

The usual practice with a 5 is to round up, so for example 7.5 is about 8.

Round up because you would want change if you paid it. You would round it to 220.00 However, in math class, look at the first number just after the decimal point. If less, than 5, you round down.

If I think your asking the question how I think your asking it, then any number 5 and above you round up. If its below 5 you round down. :-)

7,006. If the place you are converting is < 5, then round down (7,005.49, for example, would round down to 7,005). If the place is ≥ 5, round up.

28.26 is going to be 28.3 If a digit is > or = to 5 you round up, < 5 you round down.

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

Typically 5 is the number to determine whether or not you should round up or down. When the number is 5 or greater, you round up, if it's less than 5 you round down. In other words, if you were to round to the nearest 10s place when you have a 4, you would round down to 0.