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From: Loyd
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004092611:35:31
Subject: Re: Re: rounding to the nearest ten thousand
A slight correction to my last post. When you are rounding to the nearest 10 thousand place you are technically adding 5000 vice 5 to the thousand place. For example: 999,533 +5,000 ---------- 1004,533--->1,000,000 rounded. So, if you are rounding to the 10 thousand place, add 5000. If you are rounding to the nearest 100, add 50 and so on. Of course you could also add 10,000 if your are rounding to the nearest ten thousand. That gives the same answer as adding 5000 to the place at the right. In either case, all the digits to the right of the place being rounded to become zero. Place rounding to | place to the right ----------------------------------------- 10,000 | add 5000 1,000 | add 500 100 | add 50 10 | add 5
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