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can anyone tutor me

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  1. anonymous
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    I can try? depends on what you need help with

  2. anonymous
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    i need help with fractions algrba

  3. anonymous
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    lols example question?

  4. anonymous
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    i mean i need help with rounding decimals

  5. anonymous
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    example:what is 6,702 rounded to the nearest thousand ?

  6. anonymous
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    okay so the nearest thousand you look at the thousandth's place and the one before it, the hundreds place. if the previous place has a number that's five or bigger you increase the number in the thousands place the hundreds place has a 7, which is bigger than five. so that number rounded to the thousand would be 7000

  7. anonymous
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    oh i get now thanks but can we practice another one

  8. anonymous
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    what is 60,500 rounded to the nearest thousand?

  9. anonymous
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    wait let me guess

  10. anonymous
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    is the answer 70,000

  11. anonymous
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    no lols

  12. anonymous
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    same thing as before rounding to the thousands, you look at hundreds the hundreds has a number bigger than 5 so you up the THOUSANDS number so it would be 61,000 make sense?

  13. anonymous
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    yep

  14. anonymous
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    i realy need some more help could you help

  15. anonymous
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    go for it

  16. anonymous
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    what is 1,296 rounded to the nearst hundred?

  17. anonymous
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    you tell me

  18. anonymous
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    wait can i guess

  19. anonymous
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    mhmm go for it

  20. anonymous
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    i think 1,300

  21. anonymous
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    you got it what about 12300 to the thousand?

  22. anonymous
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    i think its going to be 12,000

  23. anonymous
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    yup you got it. congrats ^_^

  24. anonymous
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    thanks for helping me !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  25. anonymous
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    no problem good lucks!

  26. anonymous
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    thanks BYE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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