# MATH

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My math book has this statement:

"Describe how to use a Ten-Thousand Square to round numbers to the nearest 1000?"

If there is a number higher than 5 in the thousands place then you round up, but if it is lower than you round down?

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Yes, that's the rule for rounding, but I've never heard of "Ten-Thousand Square"...

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