Table of Contents

- 1 How do you round these numbers?
- 2 What is 166 to the nearest 10?
- 3 What is rounding off to the nearest 10?
- 4 How do round off to the nearest 5?
- 5 How do I round to the nearest 0.05 in Excel?
- 6 What is 23 to the nearest10?
- 7 What is the correct way to round off a number?
- 8 Can you change the rule for rounding 5?
- 9 What happens to 74 after rounding off to the nearest ten?

## How do you round these numbers?

Here’s the general rule for rounding:

- If the number you are rounding is followed by 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, round the number up. Example: 38 rounded to the nearest ten is 40.
- If the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, round the number down. Example: 33 rounded to the nearest ten is 30.

### What is 166 to the nearest 10?

Round 166 to the nearest 10. The two nearest tens to 166 are 160 and 170.

#### What is rounding off to the nearest 10?

Answer: Rounding off a number to the nearest tenth means that you have to look or find the tenth which is closest to the given number and then write that as the rounded-off number.

**How do you round step by step?**

Step 1: Circle the place value of the digit to be rounded. This is the rounding digit. Step 2: Look to the neighboring digit on the right. Step 3: a) If the neighboring digit is less than five (0 – 4), keep the rounding digit the same.

**How do I round to the nearest 100?**

When rounding to the nearest hundred, look at the TENS DIGIT of the number.

- If that digit is 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, you will round down to the previous hundred.
- If that digit is 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, you will round up to the next hundred.

## How do round off to the nearest 5?

If you need to round a number to the nearest multiple of 5, you can use the MROUND function and supply 5 for number of digits. The value in B6 is 17 and the result is 15 since 15 is the nearest multiple of 5 to 17.

### How do I round to the nearest 0.05 in Excel?

Strategy: You can use the MROUND function. This function will round a number to the nearest multiple of the second argument. To round to the nearest nickel, use =MROUND(B2,0.05). To round to the nearest quarter, you use =MROUND(B2,0.25).

#### What is 23 to the nearest10?

You can see that 23 is between 20 and 30, but it’s closer to 20. So 23 is rounded down to 20.

**How do you round 25?**

Here we cannot see whether 25 is closer to 20 or to 30. Rules for rounding numbers. If the digit following the rounding place is 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, we round down. If the digit following the rounding place is 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, we round up.

**How do you round a number manually?**

A simple way to do it is:

- Divide the number by a power of ten.
- Round it by any desired method.
- Multiply the result by the same power of ten in step 1.

## What is the correct way to round off a number?

If it is smaller than 145, we round it off to 140 (round down). If it is 145 or bigger, we round it off to 150 (round up). Since 144 is smaller than 145, we round it down to 140. Click here for Rounding Off Numbers cards to practice.

### Can you change the rule for rounding 5?

We can correct for this problem by changing the rule for rounding 5 rounding “off” (keeping the number the same) in fifty percent of the roundings-even numbers followed by a 5. Then, on average, the roundings “off” will cancel out the roundings “up.”.

#### What happens to 74 after rounding off to the nearest ten?

I will use the number 74 to illustrate. The digit 7 is in the tens place so 74 will become either 70 or 80 after rounding off to the nearest ten. Draw a number line with 3 numbers on it: 70, 75 and 80. (Both possible rounded off numbers and the number in the middle.)

**Is there a way to round the number 838.274?**

Rounding Numbers. Say you wanted to round the number 838.274. Depending on which place value you’ll round to, the final result will vary. Rounding 838.274: 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.