- Ordering Rounding and Order of Operations
- Home
- Introduction to Inequalities
- Comparing a Numerical Expression With a Number
- Ordering Large Numbers
- Rounding to Tens or Hundreds
- Rounding to Hundreds or Thousands
- Rounding to Thousands, Ten Thousand, or Hundred Thousand
- Estimating a Sum of Whole Numbers
- Estimating a Difference of Whole Numbers
- Estimating a Product of Whole Numbers
- Estimating a Quotient of Whole Numbers
- Writing Expressions Using Exponents
- Introduction to Exponents
- Power of 10: Positive Exponent
- Power of 10: Negative Exponent
- Introduction to Parentheses
- Comparing Numerical Expressions With Parentheses
- Introduction to Order of Operations
- Order of Operations With Whole Numbers
- Order of Operations With Whole Numbers and Grouping Symbols
- Order of Operations With Whole Numbers and Exponents: Basic

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**Step 1:**

Since the ones digit 7 is > 5, we add 1 to 4 and get 647 rounded to nearest ten as 650.

**Step 2:**

So 647 is rounded up to 650

**Step 1:**

Since the tens digit 2 is < 5, we drop the digits 2 and 3 and get 723 rounded to nearest hundred as 700.

**Step 2:**

So 723 rounds down to 700.

**Step 1:**

Since the ones digit 3 is < 5, we drop it and get 393 rounded to nearest ten as 390.

**Step 2:**

So 393 rounds down to 390.

**Step 1:**

Since the tens digit is 5, we add 1 to 4 and get 453 rounded to nearest hundred as 500.

**Step 2:**

So 453 rounds up to 500.

**Step 1:**

Since the ones digit 9 is > 5, we add 1 to 1 and get 219 rounded to nearest ten as 220.

**Step 2:**

So 219 rounds up to 220.

**Step 1:**

Since the tens digit 2 is < 5, we drop the digits 2 and 4 and get 1124 rounded to nearest hundred as 1100.

**Step 2:**

So 1124 rounds down to 1100.

**Step 1:**

Since the tens digit 6 is > 5, we add 1 to 3 and get 1364 rounded to nearest hundred as 1400.

**Step 2:**

So 1364 rounds up to 1400.

**Step 1:**

Since the ones digit 3 is < 5, we drop it and get 1043 rounded to nearest ten as 1040.

**Step 2:**

So 1043 rounds down to 1040.

**Step 1:**

Since the ones digit 7 is > 5, we add 1 to 6 and get 1567 rounded to nearest ten as 1570.

**Step 2:**

So 1567 rounds up to 1570.

**Step 1:**

Since the tens digit 0 is < 5, we drop the digits 0 and 2 and get 1902 rounded to nearest hundred as 1900.

**Step 2:**

So 1902 rounds down to 1900.

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