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In math, when you have an amount in money and you are asked to round to the nearest dollar, how would you do that?

Example: $2,100.00 is rounded to $2,000?

Is $48.50 rounded to $50.00?

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    No, no, no. Nearest dollar is rounding to the nearest digit left of the decimal.

    2103.56>2104
    3456.43>3456

    5600.00>>5600
    58.5>59

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    Okay, Thank you very much.

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