# How do you round to the nearest?

## How do you round to the nearest?

Look to the next smallest place value, the digit to the right of the place value you’re rounding to. For example, if you want to round to the nearest ten you’d look at the ones place. If the digit in the next smallest place value is less than five (0, 1, 2, 3, or 4), you leave the digit you want to round to as-is.

## How do you round to the nearest tenth of a pound?

To round a number to the nearest tenth , look at the next place value to the right (the hundredths). If it’s 4 or less, just remove all the digits to the right. If it’s 5 or greater, add 1 to the digit in the tenths place, and then remove all the digits to the right.

**How do you round money to the nearest one?**

When rounding to the nearest dollar, round the monetary amount up when the number to the right, immediately following the decimal point, is five or more. Keep the monetary amount the same if the number after the decimal point is four or less. In the example: $175.439 rounds down to $175 because 4 is less than 5.

**What is 2.49 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

Sam wrote: 2.49 rounds to 3 as the nearest whole number because 2.49 rounds to 2.5 as the nearest tenth, and 2.5 rounds up to 3 as the nearest whole number.

### What is 3.3 rounded to the nearest whole number?

3.3 Rounded to the Nearest Whole Number

Number | Rounded to Nearest Whole Number |
---|---|

3.3 | 3 |

4.3 | 4 |

5.3 | 5 |

6.3 | 6 |

### What is 2.49 rounded to the nearest tenth?

2.49 Rounded to the Nearest Tenth

Number | Rounded to Nearest 10th |
---|---|

2.49 | 2.5 |

2.59 | 2.6 |

2.69 | 2.7 |

2.79 | 2.8 |

**How do you round the nearest whole number?**

To round to the nearest whole you will need to cut the number off after the units column, so put a line in after the decimal point. If the number after the line (tenths) is less than 5 round the number down, and if the number is 5 or above round the number.

**How do you round a number to the nearest dollar?**

When rounding a number with a decimal point, the number to the right of the decimal determines whether you round up or down. To round to the nearest dollar, you would look at the number to the right of the decimal and determine whether that number is less than 5. If the number were 0–4, you would round down.

#### What is round to the nearest cent?

The nearest cent would be a whole number – so you end up with no numbers after a decimal point. The basic rule is any number BELOW 5 gets rounded down. So; 5.4 rounded to the nearest whole number would be 5. And number BIGGER than 5 gets rounded up.