"Rounding" a number brings us to the nearest number that fits the requirement; in this case, to the "ones place", or integer value. If we were to round off the number 4.89 to the nearest tens, the answer would be "zero".
A related concept to rounding is truncation, where you 'cut off" the decimals. So truncating the number 4.89 would give you "4".
10.56 to the nearest ones place = 11
what is 9,608.22 round to the ones
You cannot round a number with a place value larger than the place value you seek to round it to. i.e. You cannot round thousands to hundreds, hundreds to tens, tens to ones, etc.
Since the number to the right of the ones place is four, round down. The answer is 767
50 because if the ones place is 5 or more then you round up. But if the ones place is 4 or less you round down. Hope it helped! :D