Table of Contents

- 1 What is it rounded to the nearest tenth?
- 2 What is 2.37 rounded to the nearest tenth?
- 3 Do you round 1.5 up or down?
- 4 What’s the difference between tens and tenths?
- 5 What is 6050 Point 287 rounded to the nearest tenth?
- 6 What is 0.6 rounded to the nearest whole number?
- 7 How do you round a number to its nearest tenth?
- 8 What happens when you round a number to the nearest integer?

## What is it rounded to the nearest tenth?

Rounding To the Nearest Tenth For example, if you want to round to the nearest tenth, look to the right of the tenths place: This would be the hundredths place digit. Then, if it is 5 or higher, you get to add one to the tenths digit. If it is 4 or lower, the tenths digit remains the same.

**What is 5.453 rounded to the nearest tenth?**

Round the decimal to the nearest hundredth….Rounding Decimals/ Hundredths.

A | B |
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Round 4.027 to the nearest tenth | 4.0 |

4.639 | 4.64 |

4.187 | 4.19 |

5.453 | 5.45 |

### What is 2.37 rounded to the nearest tenth?

We can see that 0.33 is closer to 0.3 than it is to 0.4. So 0.33 rounded to the nearest tenth is 0.3….Importance of the zero in place value.

For example | 2.37 = | 2 + 3 tenths + 7 hundredths |
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so | 2.37 = | is equal to 2.370 |

**What is 6050.287 rounded to the nearest tenths?**

If you are rounding to the nearest tenth (the first decimal position), it is 6050.3, since the 8 in the hundredths position would cause the 2 to round up to 3.

#### Do you round 1.5 up or down?

If the digit after the decimal point is 4 or less, round down. The digit is ‘5’ and so it is included in the rule to round up. We round 1.5 up to 2. The reason we choose to round the digit 5 up rather than down is because if there are any further digits after the ‘5’ then we will be nearer to the number above.

**What is 0.14 rounded to the nearest tenth?**

0.1

The nearest tenth to 0.14 is 0.1. Therefore 0.14 can be rounded off to 0.1.

## What’s the difference between tens and tenths?

The digit in the tens place is the second digit to the left of the decimal point. The digit in the tenths place is the first digit to the right of the decimal place.

**What is bigger tenth or hundredth?**

because tenths have a larger value than hundredths, and there are 7 tenths in 0.7 and 0 tenths in 0.09, so 0.7 is larger than 0.09.

### What is 6050 Point 287 rounded to the nearest tenth?

So, after rounding $ 6050.29 $ can be written as $ 6050.3 $ . By rounding to the nearest tenth place $ 6050.287 $ can be written as $ 6050.3 $ . So, option (D) is the correct answer.

**What is 5.38 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

This is a ‘3’. The rule for rounding this number is to decide whether the digit in the first decimal place is 5 or more or 4 or less. The digit ‘3’ is 4 or less and so, we round down 5.38 to 5.

#### What is 0.6 rounded to the nearest whole number?

1

0.6 rounded off to the nearest whole number is 1.

**How do you find the tenths place?**

If a number has a decimal point , then the first digit to the right of the decimal point indicates the number of tenths. For example, the decimal 0.3 is the same as the fraction 310 . The second digit to the right of the decimal point indicates the number of hundredths.

## How do you round a number to its nearest tenth?

Similarly, we can round the decimal number to its nearest tenths place value. The tenth place value is the first number which appears first after the decimal point. To round the decimal number to its nearest tenth, look at the hundredth number. If that number is greater than 5, add 1 to the tenth value.

**How much is rounding to the nearest hundred?**

Rounding to the nearest hundred is 800. Rounding to the nearest ten is 840. Rounding to the nearest one is 838. Rounding to the nearest tenth is 838.3. Rounding to the nearest hundredth is 838.27.

### What happens when you round a number to the nearest integer?

Rounding a number involves replacing the number with an approximation of the number that results in a shorter, simpler, or more explicit representation of said number based on specific rounding definitions. For example, if rounding the number 2.7 to the nearest integer, 2.7 would be rounded to 3.

**Which is the nearest tenth after the decimal point?**

Nearest tenth is the first digit after the decimal point. If the digit after tenth is greater than or equal to 5, add 1 to tenth. Else remove the digit.