# Teaching Rounding Decimals?

Rounding decimals works almost exactly the same as rounding numbers. You will usually need to round a decimal either to a whole number or to one or two decimal places. To round a decimal to a whole number, focus on the ones digit and the tenths digit. Round the decimal either up or down to the nearest whole number, dropping the decimal point: 8.2= 8, 3.5=4.
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 Rounding decimals is easy. You only round up when there is a digit of 5 or above. If it is not above five, simply let it be or round down, depending on the question being asked. For http://answers.ask.com/Science/Mathematics/how_to_...
 1. Learn how to round down. Take 2.2 for example. Look at the number to the right of the decimal point; this is the number we want to round. When the number you want to want to round http://www.ehow.com/how_2362292_round-decimals.htm...
 1. Remember if the number is less than 5 go down and greater than or equal to 5 go up. Rounding decimals is just like rounding whole numbers. Let's use some examples. Lets say you http://www.wikihow.com/Round-Decimals
 Round to the nearest decimal. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_rules_for_r...
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Rounding decimals is easy. You only round up when there is a digit of 5 or above. If it is not above five, simply let it be or round down, depending on the question ...
Rounding decimals is easy. You only round up when there is a digit of 5 or above. If it is not above five, simply let it be or round down, depending on the question ...
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