# math

598,587 round to the nearest ten thousand.is this the right answer 599,000

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1. No!

Look at 10 thousand spot, it's a '9'. Now look the the number to the right of it, it's a '8'

Remember, any number 5 and above you round up.

Since 9 round up is 10, it becomes 600,000

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