Rounding MultiDigit Numbers — Let's Practice!
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Today we are practicing rounding multidigit numbers with Razzi! This video contains examples to help you further practice and grow confident in this topic.
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Razzi says get these items ready, because today we're going to practice rounding multidigit numbers. It's time to begin! Round fiftysix thousand, nine hundred twentythree to the nearest ten thousands place. Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Underline the five in the ten thousands place. Circle the six in the place value to the right. The six tells us to round the five up to a six in the thousands place. Did you also get sixty thousand? Let's tackle the next problem! Round fortyfive thousand, one hundred eightythree to the nearest thousands place. Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Underline the five in the thousands place. Circle the one in the hundreds place. The one tells us the five in the thousands place stays the same. Did you also get fortyfive thousand? Let's tackle the next problem! Round three hundred, twentyfour thousand, six hundred eightyone to the nearest hundreds place. Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Underline the six in the hundreds place. Circle the eight in the tens place. The eight tells us to round the six up to a seven in the hundreds place. Did you also get three hundred twentyfour thousand, seven hundred? Let's tackle the final problem! Round ninetythree thousand, five hundred ninetynine to the nearest tens place. Pause the video to work on the problem and press play when you are ready to see the solution! Underline the nine in the tens place. Circle the nine in the ones place. The nine in the ones places tells us to round the nine in the tens place up to ten. Since a group of ten would go to the next place value, we add one to the hundreds place to make six. Did you also get ninetythree thousand, six hundred? Razzi had so much fun practicing with you today! See you next time!
Rounding MultiDigit Numbers — Let's Practice! exercise

What is the place value of the underlined digit?
HintsUse a place value chart to help you. The image has an example for the number $324,700$.
Remember:
HT means hundred thousands
TT means ten thousands
T means thousands
H means hundreds
T means tens
and 0 means ones or units
In the example above we can see a $4$ in the thousands place.
Each group has four answers.
SolutionThe image shows the solution.
The second place from the right is the tens place so $731$ , $4,000$ , $457$ and $89,140$ all belong in the tens group.
The third place from the right is the hundreds place so $6,189$ , $358$ , $8,000$ and $21,472$ all belong in the hundreds group.
The 4th place from the right is the thousands place so $5,000$ , $756,300$ , $36,124$ and $61,323$ all belong in the thousands group.

Round $31$$,$$428$ to the nearest hundred.
HintsUnderline the digit in the hundreds place.
In the image, the $6$ in the hundreds place is underlined.
Circle the digit in the tens place.
In the image, the $8$ in the tens place is circled.
The circled number helps you decide whether to round up or stay the same.
If the circled number is $5$ or more you round up. If it is $4$ or less it stays the same.
In the example, $8$ is more than $5$ so we round up to $324,700$.
Solution$31$$,$$428$ to the nearest hundred is $31$$,$$400$.
To round the number, underline the $4$ in the hundreds place and circle the $2$ in the tens place. The $2$ means that the $4$ stays the same.

Round each number to the nearest thousand.
HintsUse a place value chart to help you. The image has an example for the number $324,700$.
Which number would you underline and which number would you circle?
Underline the digit in the thousands place.
Circle the digit in the hundreds place.
If the circled number is $5$ or more you round up. If it is $4$ or less it stays the same.
Solution$86$$,$$400$ rounds to $\bf{86}$$\bf{,}$$\bf{000}$
$90$$,$$128$ rounds to $\bf{90}$$\bf{,}$$\bf{000}$
$87$$,$$591$ rounds to $\bf{88}$$\bf{,}$$\bf{000}$
$91$$,$$399$ rounds to $\bf{91}$$\bf{,}$$\bf{000}$
$86$$,$$928$ rounds to $\bf{87}$$\bf{,}$$\bf{000}$

Round each number.
HintsUnderline the identified place value.
Circle the digit in the place value to the right.
If the circled number is $5$ or more you round up. If it is $4$ or less it stays the same.
When you have a $9$ underlined and you round up this becomes $10$ and must be carried to the place value to the left.
Solution$1$$,$$356$ to the nearest $100$ is $1$$,$$400$.
$37$$,$$901$ to the nearest $1,000$ is $38$$,$$000$.
$91$$,$$893$ to the nearest $10$ is $91$$,$$890$.
$3$$,$$976$ to the nearest $100$ is $4$$,$$000$.

Round $5$$,$$339$ to the nearest thousand.
HintsUse a place value table to help you. The image has an example for the number $45$$,$$183$.
Underline the number in the place you are rounding to.
In the example, we are rounding to the nearest thousand so here the 5 in the thousands place is underlined.
If the circled number is $5$ or more you round up. If it is $4$ or less it stays the same.
In the example we circled the $1$ in the hundreds, as this is $4$ or less it stays the same.
In the example $45$$,$$183$ rounds to $45$$,$$000$.
Solution$1$. Write the number in a place value chart.
$2$. Underline the $5$ in the thousands place.
$3$. Circle the $3$ in the hundreds place.
$4$. The $3$ in the hundreds place tells us the $5$ will stay the same.
$5$. The answer is $\bf{5}$$\bf{,}$$\bf{000}$.

Round each number to the correct place value.
HintsYou do not need a comma in your answers. For example, write $4500$ not $4$$,$$500$.
Be careful when you underline a $9$, if this rounds up remember to carry to the column to the left.
Solution$5$$,$$678$ to the nearest thousand is $6$$,$$000$.
$847$$,$$122$ to the nearest ten thousand is $850$$,$$000$.
$23$$,$$992$ to the nearest hundred is $24$$,$$000$
$90$$,$$312$ to the nearest thousand is $90$$,$$000$
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