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look at the ten thousands digit of the number.

If the ten thousands digit is 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, then round

down.

If the ten thousands digit is 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9, then round up.

When you round down, the Hundred Thousand digit

doesn't change, but the rest of the digits go to zero.

When you round up, then thousands digit increases by

one, and the rest of the digits go to zero.

Example:** Rounding 544,352 to the Nearest hundred **

Thousand

Thousand

>** Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Hundred Thousand** <

hundred thousands place.

number (4) is less than 5, so

round down to

Example-2:** Rounding 574,352 to the Nearest hundred **

Thousand

Thousand

hundred thousands place.

number (7) is 5 or more, so

round up to