# A Teacher-Led Presentation California Math Standard: 4.NS.1.3 The student will identify (orally and in writing) Round whole numbers through the millions.

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A Teacher-Led Presentation California Math Standard: 4.NS.1.3 The student will identify (orally and in writing) Round whole numbers through the millions to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, or hundred thousand. Rounding to the nearest ten thousand & hundred thousand

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Rules to Rounding First: Find the location of the number by looking at its place value. Second: Look to the right of the number to be rounded. Third: Is the number to the right 5 or above? Or is it 4 or lower? Fourth: If it is 5 or above add 1 to the number to be rounded. Fifth: If it is 4 or lower, keep the number to be rounded the same. Sixth: After you round your number, finish the rest of the number off with zeroes.

Round this number to the nearest ten thousand. 127,983 120,000 130,000 The 2 is in the ten thousands place. Look to the right. The 7 helps you decide. Will the 2 stay the same or become a 3.

Round this number to the nearest ten thousand. 683,157 680,000 690,000 The 8 is in the ten thousands place. Look to the right. The 3 helps you decide. Will the 8 stay the same or become a 9?

Round this number to the nearest hundred thousand. 205,983 200,000 The 2 is in the hundred thousands place. Look to the right. The 0 helps you decide. Will the 2 stay the same or become a 3? 300,000

Round this number to the nearest hundred thousand. 631,248 600,000 The 6 is in the hundred thousands place. Look to the right. The 3 helps you decide. Will the 6 stay the same or become a 7? 700,000

Can you identify: Which number is in the given place? Which number will help you decide? What is the correct answer? Let’s Practice Together

Round this number to the nearest hundred thousand. 631,248 600,000 Which number is in the hundred thousands place? Which number will help you decide how to round? 700,000 Which is the correct answer?

Round this number to the nearest hundred thousand. 562,098 500,000 Which number is in the hundred thousands place? Which number will help you decide how to round? 600,000 Which is the correct answer?

Round this number to the nearest hundred thousand. 695,271 600,000 Which number is in the hundred thousands place? Which number will help you decide how to round? 700,000 Which is the correct answer?

Try These On Your Own Round to the nearest hundred thousand: A. 349,128 B. 254,498 C. 561,490 D. 789,120 E. 451,308 300,000 600,000 300,000 500,000 800,000

Try These On Your Own Round to the nearest hundred thousand: F. 279,169 G. 174,495 H. 597,341 I. 148,743 J. 63,620 300,000 600,000 200,000 100,000

Try These On Your Own Round to the nearest ten thousand: A. 349,128 B. 254,498 C. 561,490 D. 789,120 E. 451,308 350,000 560,000 250,000 450,000 790,000

Try These On Your Own Round to the nearest ten thousand: F. 279,169 G. 174,495 H. 597,341 I. 148,743 J. 63,620 280,000 600,000 180,000 60,000 150,000

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