MATH
posted by KARELIN GONZALEZ .
IS ABOUT ESTIMATE THE SUM ROUNDING TO THE THOUSANDS PLACE

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I understand you have a question about rounding, but you have not asked it clearly. Do you mean the thousands place or the thousandths place ?
The rules are the same. If the next figure to the right is 5 to 9, round up one digit. If it is 0 to 4, leave the number alone that you are rounding to.
Examples:
326,653 becomes 327,000 after rounding to thousands place
326,422 becomes 326,000
0.1234 becomes 0.123 after rounding to thousandths place
0.1235 becomes 0.124
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