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# How do you round to the nearest ones place?

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

Similarly, it is asked, how do you round when it's a 9?

When the number is 5-9, you round the number upto the next highest number. When we round a number, weround it to the nearest place value.

Things to Remember

1. If the number is 0-4 ----> round down.
2. If the number is 5-9 ----> round up.
3. You need to know what place value you are rounding to.

Furthermore, what is 1.5 rounded to the nearest whole number? Rounding Whole Numbers Following the same logic, one could round to thenearest whole number. For example, 1.5 (pronounced as"one point five" or "one and a half") would be rounded up to2, and 2.1 would be rounded down to 2.

Regarding this, which digit is in the ones place?

The left digit is the tens' place. Ittells you that there are 8 tens. The last or right digit isthe ones' place which is 4 in this example.Therefore, there are 8 sets of 10, plus 4 ones in the number84.

What is expanded form?

When we expand a number to show the value of eachdigit, we're writing that number in expanded form. Writingnumbers in expanded form just means that we're showing thevalue of each digit in the number. This form is handybecause it shows what a number really means by defining each of itsdigits.

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