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Worksheet: Rounding Mixed Numbers

Q1:

Michael ran 3 3 8 miles along the river. Determine the number of miles he ran rounded to the nearest half mile.

  • A 4 mi
  • B 3 mi
  • C 3 1 4 mi
  • D 3 1 2 mi
  • E 3 3 4 mi

Q2:

Jacob ran 7 6 7 miles along the river. Determine the number of miles he ran rounded to the nearest half mile.

  • A 7 mi
  • B 7 1 2 mi
  • C 7 1 4 mi
  • D 8 mi
  • E 7 3 4 mi

Q3:

Matthew ran 9 1 7 miles along the river. Determine the number of miles he ran rounded to the nearest half mile.

  • A 10 mi
  • B 9 1 2 mi
  • C 9 1 4 mi
  • D 9 mi
  • E 9 3 4 mi

Q4:

Round 3 8 1 2 0 0 to the nearest hundredth.

Q5:

Round 1 2 9 2 0 0 to the nearest hundredth.

Q6:

Which of the following numbers does NOT belong with the others after rounding to the nearest half?

  • A 2 4 5
  • B 3 1 7
  • C 2 5 6
  • D 3 7 8

Q7:

Which of the following numbers does NOT belong with the others after rounding to the nearest half?

  • A 6 6 7
  • B 7 1 5
  • C 6 7 8
  • D 7 8 9

Q8:

Which of the following numbers does NOT belong with the others after rounding to the nearest half?

  • A 1 6 7
  • B 2 1 9
  • C 1 4 5
  • D 2 7 8

Q9:

Which of the following numbers does NOT belong with the others after rounding to the nearest half?

  • A 6 4 5
  • B 7 1 9
  • C 6 5 6
  • D 7 7 8

Q10:

Round 4 1 1 3 4 to the nearest half.

  • A5
  • B4
  • C 4 1 2

Q11:

Round 6 1 1 0 to the nearest half.

  • A7
  • B 6 1 2
  • C6

Q12:

Mrs. Matthew wants to clean her house. She needs 7 1 4 gallons of detergent, based on the apartment’s area. Should she round 7 1 4 gallons up or down when deciding on the amount of detergent she needs?

  • Aup
  • Bdown

Q13:

Mrs. James wants to clean her house. She needs 2 6 7 1 6 gallons of detergent, based on the apartment’s area. Should she round 2 6 7 1 6 gallons up or down when deciding on the amount of detergent she needs?

  • Aup
  • Bdown

Q14:

Mrs. Jacob wants to clean her house. She needs 9 3 8 gallons of detergent, based on the apartment’s area. Should she round 9 3 8 gallons up or down when deciding on the amount of detergent she needs?

  • Aup
  • Bdown

Q15:

Which of the following are three mixed numbers with different denominators that each round up to 8 1 2 ?

  • A 8 4 5 , 8 8 9 , 8 7 8
  • B 8 1 6 , 8 1 9 , 8 1 7
  • C 8 2 5 , 8 1 6 , 8 8 9
  • D 8 1 3 , 8 3 7 , 8 4 9
  • E 8 4 7 , 8 1 9 , 8 8 9

Q16:

Which of the following are three mixed numbers with different denominators that each round up to 5 1 2 ?

  • A 5 5 6 , 5 6 7 , 5 7 8
  • B 5 1 5 , 5 1 6 , 5 1 8
  • C 5 1 3 , 5 1 6 , 5 8 9
  • D 5 3 8 , 5 4 7 , 5 1 3
  • E 5 1 3 , 5 1 6 , 5 5 6

Q17:

Which of the following are three mixed numbers with different denominators that each round up to 1 1 2 ?

  • A 1 6 7 , 1 7 8 , 1 4 5
  • B 1 1 8 , 1 1 6 , 1 1 9
  • C 1 5 8 , 1 1 8 , 1 5 6
  • D 1 1 3 , 1 3 5 , 1 5 8
  • E 1 2 3 , 1 1 9 , 1 7 8

Q18:

Elizabeth is buying a tablecloth for her dining table. Given that the table top measures 8 1 5 feet by 2 3 4 feet, determine, to the nearest half foot, the dimensions of the tablecloth she should buy.

  • A 9 ft by 2 1 2 ft
  • B 8 ft by 2 ft
  • C 8 1 4 ft by 2 1 4 ft
  • D 8 1 2 ft by 3 ft
  • E 8 3 4 ft by 2 3 4 ft

Q19:

Scarlett is buying a tablecloth for her dining table. Given that the table top measures 3 4 9 feet by 2 3 4 feet, determine, to the nearest half foot, the dimensions of the tablecloth she should buy.

  • A 4 ft by 2 1 2 ft
  • B 3 ft by 2 ft
  • C 3 1 4 ft by 2 1 4 ft
  • D 3 1 2 ft by 3 ft
  • E 3 3 4 ft by 2 3 4 ft

Q20:

Charlotte is making birthday cards. She is using envelopes that are 5 7 8 by 4 7 8 inches. To the nearest half inch, how large can she make her cards?

  • A 6 in by 5 in
  • B 5 in by 4 in
  • C 5 1 4 in by 4 1 4 in
  • D 5 1 2 in by 4 1 2 in
  • E 5 3 4 in by 4 3 4 in

Q21:

Charlotte wants to frame a photo. The frame she bought is 8 5 7 by 5 4 9 inches. Determine, to the nearest half inch, how large she should print the photo.

  • A 8 × 5 1 2 i n i n
  • B 9 × 6 i n i n
  • C 8 1 4 × 5 1 4 i n i n
  • D 8 1 2 × 5 i n i n
  • E 8 3 4 × 5 3 4 i n i n

Q22:

Victoria wants to frame a photo. The frame she bought is 1 1 1 5 by 8 2 7 inches. Determine, to the nearest half inch, how large she should print the photo.

  • A 1 1 1 2 × 8 1 2 i n i n
  • B 1 2 × 9 i n i n
  • C 1 1 1 4 × 8 1 4 i n i n
  • D 1 1 × 8 i n i n
  • E 1 1 3 4 × 8 3 4 i n i n

Q23:

Olivia wants to frame a photo. The frame she bought is 1 1 5 8 by 8 1 8 inches. Determine, to the nearest half inch, how large she should print the photo.

  • A 1 1 × 8 1 2 i n i n
  • B 1 2 × 9 i n i n
  • C 1 1 1 4 × 8 1 4 i n i n
  • D 1 1 1 2 × 8 i n i n
  • E 1 1 3 4 × 8 3 4 i n i n

Q24:

A study has a ceiling 1 0 2 3 feet high. Determine, to the nearest half foot, the tallest possible bookcase that can fit in the study.

  • A 11 ft
  • B 10 ft
  • C 1 0 1 4 ft
  • D 1 0 1 2 ft
  • E 1 0 3 4 ft

Q25:

A study has a ceiling 1 0 3 4 feet high. Determine, to the nearest half foot, the tallest possible bookcase that can fit in the study.

  • A 11 ft
  • B 10 ft
  • C 1 0 1 4 ft
  • D 1 0 1 2 ft
  • E 1 0 3 4 ft