If we round to hundreds with the number 53'017 do we get this answer:53'000

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195 reps --> 200; $21710 --> $21700; 200 * 21700 = $4,340,000

Posted on Sep 15, 2009

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Hello,

Doesn't any body do their homework anymore? How are they supposed to learn anything?

Draw your graphs by hand or on a graphing calculator.

Think about the intersection points. (What does that mean when two curves intersect?)

Use the equation for the demand to obtain D for a particular x.

You can also determine by how much one function exceeds another for a particular value of the x variable (the graph is rather clear).

I assume you can solve a quadratic equation.

Use these hints to solve the problem.

Here is a graph. I even restricted it to the first quadrant so as not to mislead you into giving meaningless answers.

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Hope it helps.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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Hi,

To stop the calcultor rounding your answers to the nearest INTEGER, press [2nd][FIX] followed by a number other than 0. For exemple**[2nd][FIX] 3** will display the numbers with 3 decimal digits.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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Increase the number of decimal digits in display.

- Press [SHIFT][MODE] to access the {SETUP)
- Enter the number (6) corresponding to option [6:FIX]
- In screen that is displyaed, enter the number of decimal digits you want (2, 3, or 4). If you enter 0, all decimal numbers will be displayed as integers (rounded). If you enter 9, you will have long numbers but that is hardly ever necessary.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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- Press [MODE].
- Highlight Normal, it is not highlighted already, and press [ENTER].
- Use DownArrow to move cursor to the second line.
- If you want to keep all possible decimals digits highlight float and press [ENTER], then press [2nd][MODE] (QUIT) to exit configuration screen.
- f you want a limited number of decimal digits (2,3, 4 or 5), highlight the corresponding number on 2nd line an press [ENTER], then [2nd][QUIT] to exit configuration screen.

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

Nearest Thousands 0

Nearest hundred 300

Nearest 10: 340 or 350

Nearest hundred 300

Nearest 10: 340 or 350

Jan 06, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Step 1 - identify the column - hundreds - and check the number immediately to the right.

Step 2 - If the number is 5 or more, add 1 to the hundreds column, otherwise leave it the same.

Step 3 - set all numbers to the right of the hundreds column to 0.

a. 5,107 rounds to 5,100

b. 5,089 rounds to 5,100

c. 4,963 rounds to 5,000

d. 4,962 rounds to 5,000

Let me know if you have any questions.

Good luck,

Paul

Step 2 - If the number is 5 or more, add 1 to the hundreds column, otherwise leave it the same.

Step 3 - set all numbers to the right of the hundreds column to 0.

a. 5,107 rounds to 5,100

b. 5,089 rounds to 5,100

c. 4,963 rounds to 5,000

d. 4,962 rounds to 5,000

Let me know if you have any questions.

Good luck,

Paul

Oct 06, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

When rounding, we always look at the number one to the right of the one we are rounding to. In this example, we are rounding to the nearest hundred, so we look at the number in the 10s column. In this case, it is 9. If the number in this column is 5 or above, we round the number in the hundred column up by one, and set the 1s and 10s columns to zero. You should get 8,800. If the number in the 10s column was 4 or below, we would leave the hundreds column the same as it was, and set the 1s and 10s columns to zero.

Good luck.

Paul

Good luck.

Paul

Mar 18, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Feb 16, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Rounded to the nearest hundred: 82,600

nearest ten: 82,600

nearest thousand: 83,000

nearest ten thousand: 80,000

nearest ten: 82,600

nearest thousand: 83,000

nearest ten thousand: 80,000

Sep 17, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Assuming you do mean to the nearest hundred, answer the question 'is this number closer to 5400 or 5500?' It is closer to 5400 (The first digit to the left of the decimal point is 'ones', the second place is 'tens', the third place is 'hundreds', so you look at the third digit to the left to round to the nearest hundred)

If, in fact, you meant hundredth, answer the question 'is it closer to 5403.26 or 5403.27?' It is closer to 5403.26 (The first digit to the right of the decimal point is 'tenths', the second digit is 'hundredths', so you look at the second digit to the right to round to the nearest hundredth)

If, in fact, you meant hundredth, answer the question 'is it closer to 5403.26 or 5403.27?' It is closer to 5403.26 (The first digit to the right of the decimal point is 'tenths', the second digit is 'hundredths', so you look at the second digit to the right to round to the nearest hundredth)

Sep 17, 2014 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

Identify the digit that sits at the THOUSAND position.

All the digits at the right of it will be replaced by zeros.

The THOUSAND digit itself may be left unchanged or increased by 1, depending on the digit that sat at the HUNDRED position.

If the digit at the HUNDRED position is 0, 1,2,3,4 the digit at the THOUSAND position is left unchanged.

However, if the digit at the HUNDRED position is 5,6,7,8, or 9, increase the old value of the digit at the THOUSAND position by 1.

**Examples**

576**8 **469 becomes 5768 000

576**8 **743 becomes 5769 000

576**9 **469 becomes 5769 000

576**9** 743 becomes 576 (9+1) 000 Patience

9+1=10, so you must increase the 10-THOUSAND digit by 1

Thus 5769 743 becomes 5770 000

**If any other digit to the left of the THOUSAND digit reaches the value 10 (no digit), then increase by 1 the digit at the left of it.**

All the digits at the right of it will be replaced by zeros.

The THOUSAND digit itself may be left unchanged or increased by 1, depending on the digit that sat at the HUNDRED position.

If the digit at the HUNDRED position is 0, 1,2,3,4 the digit at the THOUSAND position is left unchanged.

However, if the digit at the HUNDRED position is 5,6,7,8, or 9, increase the old value of the digit at the THOUSAND position by 1.

576

576

576

576

9+1=10, so you must increase the 10-THOUSAND digit by 1

Thus 5769 743 becomes 5770 000

Sep 09, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Put the calculator in scientific display mode (SHIFT>MODE(Setup)>FIX. You will be asked to enter the number of fixed decimal digits. Enter 2 for hundredths, and 3 for thousandths. To round to the nearest hundreds or the nearest thousands, do it by hand as follows.

**For hundreds **

Locate the hundred digit.** Let it be h. **

If the next digit (the tens digits is less than 5 replace the 10 and unit digits each by 0. Your result will look like ...h00.

If the 10s digit is 5 or above (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) you must round up by increasing the hundreds digits by 1. Your result will look like ...**(h+1)00**

**For thousands**

Let the thousand digits** be t**

If the hundreds digits to its right is less than 5, replace it and the digits following it by 0. Your result will look like ...**t000**.

If the hundreds digit is 5 or higher, increase the thousands digits by 1 and replace the hundreds, tens, and units digits by 0. You result will end with**(t+1) 000**

Note if**(h+1) or (t+1) give you 10, put a zero at their positions and increase the **digit to the left by 1.

Example. 78997 to the nearest hundreds 789**9**7 becomes 789(9+1)0 or 78(9+1)00 or **79000**

Locate the hundred digit.

If the next digit (the tens digits is less than 5 replace the 10 and unit digits each by 0. Your result will look like ...h00.

If the 10s digit is 5 or above (5, 6, 7, 8, 9) you must round up by increasing the hundreds digits by 1. Your result will look like ...

Let the thousand digits

If the hundreds digits to its right is less than 5, replace it and the digits following it by 0. Your result will look like ...

If the hundreds digit is 5 or higher, increase the thousands digits by 1 and replace the hundreds, tens, and units digits by 0. You result will end with

Note if

Example. 78997 to the nearest hundreds 789

May 22, 2014 | Casio FX-115ES Scientific Calculator

The same way you would do it if the digit is something other than zero.

53017 rounded to the nearest hundreds is 53000.

53017 rounded to the nearest hundreds is 53000.

Feb 14, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Well that would be... 301,500,000 rounded UP, or 301,400,000 rounded down.

BUT the second answer, 301,400,000... is YOUR answer....

The nearest hundred thousand is 400,000... hence the answer, see?

BUT the second answer, 301,400,000... is YOUR answer....

The nearest hundred thousand is 400,000... hence the answer, see?

Aug 19, 2010 | Casio MS-80TE Calculator

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