Q. 12

# Round off the given numbers to the nearest tens hundreds and thousands 75847 Tens _______ 75847 Hundreds _______ 75847 Thousands ________ 75847 Ten thousands ________

Answer :

The place value chart of a number - 5267431640 is given below:

i. 75847 ⇒ Nearest Tens = 75850

Numbers that have the last digits > 5, then the digits at ten’s place is increased by one and the place at one’s position is made 0.

If the last digit < 5, then the digits at ten’s place is decreased by one and the place at one’s position is made 0.

ii. 75847 ⇒ Nearest Hundreds = 75800

Numbers that have the last two digits as 50 or more should be rounded up to the next even hundred.

iii. 75847 ⇒ Nearest Thousands = 76000

Numbers that have the last three digits as 500 or more should be rounded up to the next thousand.

iv. 75847 ⇒ Nearest Ten thousand = 80000

Numbers that have the last three digits as 5000 or more should be rounded up to the next ten thousand.

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