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the nearest ten? or tenth?
when you are rounding to things larger than one, you have to zeroes on the end to make the value about as big as the original number
always get confused even have a chart but still
like that ?
If the number in the ones place is 5 or higher you round up, if 4 and lower you round down
for a rounding problem: find the digit you are rounding to. |dw:1366593413146:dw| the digit after the one you are rounding to might matter, or it might not. See @galacticwavesXX 's answer for that. all digits to the right of the one you are rounding to become zero.|dw:1366593558213:dw|
does that make things clearer?
The ones place is 7 @Peter14 so you round up to 840 not down
I know. I was going to explain that next.
@NatalieLove does that make things clearer? there is still one step left to explain
go its great thank you both
I think I should try to explain it completely.
"always get confused even have a chart but still " not good.