Q: How do you round the decimal to the place value of the underlined digit?

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700

29,942

It is 8491040000.

4.06

One decimal place indicates that the answer will have one digit after the period. Because we have more than one digit in the orginal answer, we look at the digit to the right of the first decimal place (the decimal place we want the answer reported to) to see how we are going to report the answer to one decimal place. Because it is a 9, we round up the first decimal place. The answer is 1.0 .

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700

29,942

It is 8491040000.

8000000000 or 8491038000

If the underlined digit in the number 677 is 6, you would round the whole number to 700. If the first 7 is underlined it would be 680.

680000

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62.09 to the nearest whole number is 62

The answer depends on the degree to which the number needs to be rounded.

You round your answer to one decimal place.So if the digit in the second decimal place is more than 5 the digit in the first place is increased by 1.and if the digit in the second decimal place is less than 5 the digit in the first place is left unchanged.If the digit in the second place is 5 then you either go to the next decimal place. It it is 1 then you round up, if not then you round down.If the digit in the second decimal place is 5 and there are no more digits then many schools incorrectly advise you to round up. This is incorrect because it introduces a bias. The IEEE approved solution is the "round-to-even": round the number up or down so that the last digit remaining in the number is even.

0.8To round to 1 decimal place we look at the second digit after the decimal point and ask if it is equal to or greater than 5. If it is we round the first digit up (add 1 to it). If not we round down (the first digit remains the same).Here the second digit is "6" and so we round the first digit up to "8".

Each of the number that is shown rounds to 0.