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Hello Diamond,

The answer is: 0.339.

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http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/math/roundingnumbers.php (On-Line Calculator)

https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/rounding/rounding-to-the-nearest-thousand.pdf (Sample Questions & Answers)

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Posted on Apr 10, 2015

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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4.058

The easy way to remember where thousandths start is like like this;

0.001 (read backwards) is 1000 or reading the denominations after the point . is tenths, hundredths and thousandths.

As with all rounding, if the last figure is 5 to 9, then you make the digit to the left one higher. If it is 0 to 4 you just ignore it. So if your 4.0584, was 5.0586, your answer would be 4.059.

The easy way to remember where thousandths start is like like this;

0.001 (read backwards) is 1000 or reading the denominations after the point . is tenths, hundredths and thousandths.

As with all rounding, if the last figure is 5 to 9, then you make the digit to the left one higher. If it is 0 to 4 you just ignore it. So if your 4.0584, was 5.0586, your answer would be 4.059.

Aug 30, 2017 | Miscellaneous

As you move to the right from the decimal point, the place values are:

tenths

hundredths

thousandths

tenthousandths

So what you have there is two thousand three hundred two ten thousandths. Since the rightmost digit is not five or more, you can drop that (round down) to make the value 0.230 or two hundred thirty thousandths

tenths

hundredths

thousandths

tenthousandths

So what you have there is two thousand three hundred two ten thousandths. Since the rightmost digit is not five or more, you can drop that (round down) to make the value 0.230 or two hundred thirty thousandths

Oct 11, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

3.283 is my answer.

Oct 07, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Do nothing. The number is already rounded to the nearest thousandths.

Sep 29, 2014 | Computers & Internet

Rounding is a function of the number just to the right of the desired accuracy. In your case to the nearest thousandth (.thxy).

t is tenths

h is hundredths

x is thousandths (the desired answer)

y is the rounding factor for x

Standard convention states:

if y is 4 or less x does not change

if y is 5 or more x is increased by 1

t is tenths

h is hundredths

x is thousandths (the desired answer)

y is the rounding factor for x

Standard convention states:

if y is 4 or less x does not change

if y is 5 or more x is increased by 1

Aug 27, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

hello, if yonth place youur talking math then it means to make answer to thousandth place

ex 1.234

2 is in 10s place

3 is in 100s place and

4 is in thousandth place

so it is 1.234 to the thousanth

ex 1.234

2 is in 10s place

3 is in 100s place and

4 is in thousandth place

so it is 1.234 to the thousanth

Apr 03, 2014 | Computers & Internet

It would be 1.0649 because... the 0 means nothing. even though its next to ten thousandths place it still has no value. If you think or thought it had value look at it this way... 0 plus 3. It would be 4 because it WOULD have a value of one. The answer is 1.0649.

Dec 18, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Step 1 - identify the thousandths column - going to the right of the decimal point, we have the tenths column, the hundredths column, and the thousandths column

Step 2 - check the number immediately to the right of this column

Step 3 - if this number is 5 or more, add 1 to the thousandths column - if this number is 4 or less, don't add 1 to the thousandths column (leave it alone)

Step 4 - erase all the numbers to the right of the thousandths column.

In this case, the number in the thousandths column is 4. The number immediately to the right of it is a 0. Since the 0 is 4 or less, we don't add 1 to the thousandths column. Now we erase all numbers to the right of the thousandths column. I get 22.524.

Good luck.

Paul

Step 2 - check the number immediately to the right of this column

Step 3 - if this number is 5 or more, add 1 to the thousandths column - if this number is 4 or less, don't add 1 to the thousandths column (leave it alone)

Step 4 - erase all the numbers to the right of the thousandths column.

In this case, the number in the thousandths column is 4. The number immediately to the right of it is a 0. Since the 0 is 4 or less, we don't add 1 to the thousandths column. Now we erase all numbers to the right of the thousandths column. I get 22.524.

Good luck.

Paul

Oct 17, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Round to three digits after the decimal point, so this is 2.442 .

The first digit after the decimal point is the tenths, the second the hundredths, and the third the thousandths.

The first digit after the decimal point is the tenths, the second the hundredths, and the third the thousandths.

Apr 06, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

Do you mean round off to the nearest thousandths? The thousandths place is the third place to the right of the decimal point. An example would be 0.001. In this case you have a 1 in the thousandths places which would be stated as one thousandth. To round to the nearest thousandths place you would look at the number in the ten-thousandths place and use that to determine what the number in the thousandths place should be. For example, if you have a number such as 0.1234 your answer, rounded to the nearest thousandth would be 0.123 because 4 is less than 5 and therefore you would round down. If you have a number such as 0.1235 your answer would be 0.124 because you always round up if the number in the next decimal place is 5 or higher.

I hope this helps.

I hope this helps.

Jun 27, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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