# Worksheet: Rounding Mixed Numbers

Q1:

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

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

Q2:

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

• A 7 mi
• B mi
• C mi
• D 8 mi
• E mi

Q3:

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

• A 10 mi
• B mi
• C mi
• D 9 mi
• E mi

Q4:

Round to the nearest hundredth.

Q5:

Round to the nearest hundredth.

Q6:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q7:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q8:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q9:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q10:

Round to the nearest half.

• A5
• B4
• C

Q11:

Round to the nearest half.

• A7
• B
• C6

Q12:

Mrs. Matthew wants to clean her house. She needs gallons of detergent, based on the apartment’s area. Should she round 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 gallons of detergent, based on the apartment’s area. Should she round 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 gallons of detergent, based on the apartment’s area. Should she round 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 ?

• A , ,
• B , ,
• C , ,
• D , ,
• E , ,

Q16:

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

• A , ,
• B , ,
• C , ,
• D , ,
• E , ,

Q17:

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

• A , ,
• B , ,
• C , ,
• D , ,
• E , ,

Q18:

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

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

Q19:

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

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

Q20:

Charlotte is making birthday cards. She is using envelopes that are by 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 in by in
• D in by in
• E in by in

Q21:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q22:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q23:

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

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q24:

A study has a ceiling 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 ft
• D ft
• E ft

Q25:

A study has a ceiling 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 ft
• D ft
• E ft