front end round:1,744,900

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front end round:1,744,900

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- anonymous

what do you mean rounding?
just rounding numbers?

- anonymous

yes

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- anonymous

its just like regular rounding
except that
you just use the front digits

- anonymous

yes
round end rounding

- anonymous

or front most

- anonymous

to make it look simpler

- anonymous

lets say if you have
number higher that
5-9
you round up
if you have a number 1-4
you round down

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i know that but i dont know how to do that for high numbers

- anonymous

easier to calculate

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1700000
would be i think

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It's 2000000

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ya both
that is probably the more correct 1

- anonymous

soo 2000000

- anonymous

ya that is the left most digit
i used the second left

- anonymous

If there are 2 digits round to the nearest tenth place.
If there are 3 digits round to the nearest hundred place
If there are 4 digits round to the nearest thousand place
If there are 5 digits round to the nearest ten thousand place
If there are 6 digits round to the nearest hundred thousand place
If there are 7 digits round to the nearest million place

- anonymous

more that all the answers i typed here

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:)

- anonymous

so 86,101= 86,000

- anonymous

No it's 90000

- anonymous

67,578,353= 70,000,000?

- anonymous

Ya. That's right.
For more info u can visit
http://www.basic-mathematics.com/front-end-estimation.html

- anonymous

I guess that link wud b of sum use to u.

- anonymous

Did u visit that site?was t useful?

- anonymous

thank it doesnt help me with big numbers

- anonymous

-7,163,523

- anonymous

-7,000,000

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10,000,000

- anonymous

I dnt thnk u cn round t further.

- anonymous

aw man:( got my hw wrong

- anonymous

sorry?

- anonymous

U mean all the answers given were wrong.

- anonymous

yea urs were right

- anonymous

but the others were wrong

- anonymous

Ha k. Got upset thnking that I led u to the wrong answer.

- anonymous

no not at all i have to redo it all over tho

- anonymous

i need help plz

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In vat dr?

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886 round to the nearest ten? is it 900?

- anonymous

No it's 890.

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8428 nearest hundred? so 8400

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Ya u r right.

- anonymous

Hav u got any more questions?

- anonymous

yes i got lots

- anonymous

-49,747 rounded to the nearest hundred

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-50,000?

- anonymous

-49,747 will be -49,700.

- anonymous

Should second one also be rounded to nearest hundred?

- anonymous

idk it dsnt say

- anonymous

Gonna sign out in 12 minutes. So if u cn post ur questions b4 that I cn help.

- anonymous

-7392 round to the nearest hundred? itll be -7400??

- anonymous

ok plz & thank youuu

- anonymous

Ya u r right.

- anonymous

7144 round to the nearest thousands

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7000

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-1,825,312 nearest million

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-2,000,000

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27,380,382 round nearest ten-million

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30,000,000

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the rounded value of 17,729, using front end rounding is

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20,000

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the ship sand 8,587 to the ocean bottom

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Rounded to vat place?

- anonymous

front end rounding

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9000

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itll be -9000 cuz ir drop to the bottom?

- anonymous

That's right. I 4got that point.

- anonymous

So sorry. Got to leave nw. Wanna study for my test.

- anonymous

aww

- anonymous

one more

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Ok post it.

- anonymous

use front end rounding to round the number in the following sentence.
the garage sale made 385 dollars for farwell

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400

- anonymous

thanks for allllll ur helppppppppppppppppp!<333

- anonymous

Yw and no problem.

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