# 5) Round 992,449 to the nearest hundred thousand 6) Round 9,254 to the nearest hundred 7) Round 5,068 to the nearest ten 8) round 5282 to the nearest ten 9) Round 813 to the nearest ten 10) round 223 to the nearest ten 11) round 44,769 to the nearest ten 12) round 76,340 to the nearest thousand 13) round 924 to the nearest ten 14) round 222,702 to the nearest ten thousand 15) round 82,321 to the nearest hundred 16) round 5479 to the nearest hundred 17) round 527 to the nearest hundred 18) round 913,600 times of the nearest ten 19) round 88,347 to the nearest hundred 20) round 630 to the nearest ten

5. 1,000,000 Because the digit to the right of the hundred thousand's digit is a 9, you need to round it up. Since the number is 900,000, however, you should round it to 1,000,000 6. 9,300 The digit to the right of the hundred's place is 5, so round the 2 up to a 3. 7. 5,070 The digit to the right of the ten's place is 8, so round the 6 to a 7. 8. 5,280 The digit to the right of the ten's place is a 2, so keep the 8 the same and change the 2 to a 0. 9. 813 10. 220 11. 44,770 12. 76,000 13. 920 14. 220,000 15. 82,300 16. 5,500 17. 500 18. 913,600 19. 88,300 20. 630 Some basic rules to remember about rounding: 1. If the digit to the right of the place you're rounding is greater than 5, increase the number by 1 and change all digits to the right to 0. 2. If the digit to the right of the place you're rounding is less than 5, keep the digit the same and change all digits to the right to 0. 3. If you're rounding 9 up, carry 1 over to the next place to the left. For instance, when rounding 987 to the nearest hundred, you would round up the 9 because 8 is greater than 5. The answer would be 1,000, because you have to carry the 1 over to the left.