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179,323,175 round to the nearest million sue can you please check my answer . this is my answer 280,000,000.
hope i got it right.

  • 3rd grade math -

    No, Pat, that is not correct.

    The 9 is in the millions place. The number after that is 3. Since 3 is less than 5, we round down.

    179,323,175 equal about 179 million.

  • 3rd grade math -

    2,567
    309,456
    60,780

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