## What does 950 round to?

The tens digit is 6, so round up. c. 2,950 → 3,000. The tens digit is 5, so round up.

## What is 950 rounded to the nearest thousand?

Hence, 950 is nearer to 1000 than 900. 2. Round off 7,45,677 to the nearest 100.

**What is 105 to the nearest hundred?**

The digit at the tens position is 0 which is less than 5 so 105 will be rounded down to the nearest hundred which is 100. So, the answer is 100.

**Whats 1350 rounded to the nearest 100?**

1350 rounded off to the nearest hundreds is=1400

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### How do you round to hundreds?

The rule for rounding to the nearest hundred is to look at the tens digit. If it is 5 or more, then round up. If it is 4 or less, then round down. Basically,in each hundred, all numbers up to 49 round down and numbers from 50 to 99 round up to the next hundred.

### How do you round to 100 in Excel?

Round to nearest 100

- To round a number down to nearest 100: =FLOOR(A2, 100)
- To round a number up to nearest 100: =CEILING(A2, 100)
- To round a number up or down to nearest 100. =MROUND(A2, 100)

**What is 105 rounded to the nearest whole number?**

The digit to the right of the cut off point is less than 5 so we round down. That is, change all the digits to the right of the cut off point as 0 so: 105 is 100 to the nearest one hundred.

**What is 32 rounded to the nearest tenth?**

So 8 is closer to 10 than to 0 on the number line and so it rounds up to 10. 32 lies between 30 and 40. 35 is exactly half-way between 30 and 40, and 32 is between 30 and 35. So 32 is closer to 30 than 40 on the number line and so it rounds down to 30.

## What is rounded 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.

## What is the round off rule?

In rounding off numbers, the last figure kept should be unchanged if the first figure dropped is less than 5. For example, if only one decimal is to be kept, then 6.422 becomes 6.4. CASE B: In rounding off numbers, the last figure kept should be increased by 1 if the first figure dropped is greater than 5.