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Round the following value to the nearest thousands: 6510.306 6510.31

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Yep.
no that's not correct
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the thousands place is here |dw:1366580730348:dw|
NOT here |dw:1366580747300:dw|
Ah, I read thousandth. :) @jim_thompson5910 is correct that you are rounding to a whole number.
yeah i make that mixup all the time too
i thought it was the other one always. 7000
yep it's 7000 since the next digit over is 5 or more or you can think of 6510.306 as a number that's closer to 7000 (than it is to 6000)
btw, I think you were thinking of the thousandths place but in this case, they wanted the thousands places (subtle difference)
yes i been looking for a web or some kind of chart to memories which place is which
here's one chart http://www.enchantedlearning.com/math/decimals/placevalue/gifs/ex.GIF
here's another http://www.math-aids.com/images/place-value-chart.jpg all of this is found through google
thank you that helps lots have no idea
you're welcome

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