Rounding numbers  Numbers and Relations
Rounding numbers
In this section, we will be using our knowledge about the place value system to round both whole numbers and decimal numbers. Say your curfew is 10:00pm. You are running a bit late and you arrive home at 10:02pm, 2 minute past your curfew. You could round that time to 10:00pm. Phew, thank goodness for rounding! When rounding numbers, we first focus on the digit in the place we are asked to round. Those digits to the left of this place are left alone. The digit we are focusing on is also left alone if the next digit to the right is less than 5; however, the digit we are focusing on is increased by 1 if the next digit to the right is 5 or more.
Basic concepts:
 Place value
 Comparing and ordering numbers
Related concepts:
 Multiplying decimals
 Dividing decimals
 Percent of a number
Lessons

1.
Round each number to the nearest: i) ten ii) hundred iii) thousand

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2.
Round each number to the nearest i) tenth ii) hundredth iii) thousandth

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4.
Round each number to the nearest hundred