Lesson Worksheet: Rounding Numbers up to 100 000 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice rounding whole numbers within 100 000 to any place value using number lines and by considering the value of each digit.

Q1:

Round 34,699 to the nearest ten thousand.

Q2:

Round 80,531 to the nearest thousand.

Q3:

Round 66,681 to the nearest ten thousand.

Q4:

What is the smallest whole number that when rounded to the nearest hundred gives a result of 95,200?

Q5:

Use the number line to round 34,183 to the nearest ten thousand.

Q6:

Look at the given number line.

If we round 14,189 to the nearest ten thousand, what do we get?

If we round 14,189 to the nearest thousand, what do we get?

If we round 14,189 to the nearest hundred, what do we get?

Q7:

Round 56,471 to the nearest ten.

Q8:

What is the number that becomes 15,200 when rounded to the nearest ten and to the nearest hundred?

  • A15,201
  • B15,205
  • C15,301
  • D15,211

Q9:

Round 95,418 to the nearest hundred.

Q10:

The distance between two cities is 28,655 metres. Round this distance to the nearest kilometre.

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