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1 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,444 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 23,349 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,402 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 85,668 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,938 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 66,960 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,787 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 70,598 17) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 6, , , , , , , , , ,600 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 18, ,770
2 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,444 7,400 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 23,349 23,350 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,402 9,400 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 85,668 85,700 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,938 5,900 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 66,960 67,000 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,787 3,800 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 70,598 70,600 17) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 6,561 6,600 Answer Key , , , , , , , , ,600 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 18,773 18, ,770
3 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,715 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 25,869 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 2,442 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 24,269 9) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 8,792 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 33,635 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,970 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 62,812 17) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5, , , , , , , , , , ,700 20) Round to the nearest Hundred. 43, ,400
4 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ,000 3) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,715 5,700 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 25,869 25,870 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 2,442 2,440 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 24,269 24,300 9) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 8,792 8,800 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 33,635 33,640 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,970 8,000 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 62,812 62,800 17) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,695 5,700 Answer Key , , , , , , , , , ,700 20) Round to the nearest Hundred. 43,377 43, ,400
5 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 5,178 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 80,314 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,301 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 74,735 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,288 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 44,174 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 7,071 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 34,586 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 1, , , , , , , , , , ,440 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 39, ,560
6 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 5,178 5,180 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 80,314 80,300 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,301 3,300 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 74,735 74,740 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,288 4,290 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 44,174 44,170 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ,000 15) Round to the nearest Ten. 7,071 7,070 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 34,586 34,600 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 1,438 1,440 Answer Key , , , , , , , , , ,440 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 39,558 39, ,560
7 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 4,646 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 80,014 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 6,667 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 16,643 9) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 1,351 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 93,199 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 3,905 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 23,410 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3, , , , , , , , , , ,600 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 74, ,050
8 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 4,646 4,600 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 80,014 80,000 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 6,667 6,700 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 16,643 16,600 9) Round to the nearest Ten ,000 10) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 1,351 1,350 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 93,199 93,200 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 3,905 3,910 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 23,410 23,400 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,580 3,600 Answer Key , , , , , , , , , ,600 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 74,053 74, ,050
9 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 6,951 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 24,908 5) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 7,418 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 78,953 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,900 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 52,023 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,915 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 24,677 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 2, , , , , , , , , , ,450 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 68, ,490
10 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ,000 3) Round to the nearest Ten. 6,951 6,950 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 24,908 24,910 5) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 7,418 7,420 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 78,953 78,950 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,900 9,900 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 52,023 52,020 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,915 4,920 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 24,677 24,700 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 2,447 2,450 Answer Key , , , , , , , , , ,450 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 68,491 68, ,490
11 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 1,080 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 51,077 5) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 6,939 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 18,918 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 1,614 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 69,428 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 9,631 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 26,835 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7, , , , , , , , , ,300 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 31, ,430
12 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 1,080 1,080 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 51,077 51,100 5) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 6,939 6,900 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 18,918 18,920 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 1,614 1,600 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 69,428 69,400 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 9,631 9,630 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 26,835 26,800 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,285 7,300 Answer Key , , , , , , , , ,300 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 31,425 31, ,430
13 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 9,568 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 32,778 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,708 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 23,485 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 7,943 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 94,948 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 2,368 16) Round to the nearest Ten. 69,043 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5, , , , , , , , , ,900 20) Round to the nearest Hundred. 42, ,900
14 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 9,568 9,570 4) Round to the nearest Hundred. 32,778 32,800 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,708 3,700 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 23,485 23,500 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 7,943 7,940 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 94,948 94,950 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 2,368 2,370 16) Round to the nearest Ten. 69,043 69,040 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,904 5,900 Answer Key , , , , , , , , ,900 20) Round to the nearest Hundred. 42,862 42, ,900
15 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 3,142 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 16,972 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,122 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 13,207 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,381 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 54,651 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,177 16) Round to the nearest Ten. 51,332 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7, , , , , , , , , ,600 20) Round to the nearest Hundred. 81, ,300
16 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 3,142 3,140 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 16,972 16,970 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,122 4,120 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 13,207 13,200 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,381 4,380 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 54,651 54,700 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,177 9,200 16) Round to the nearest Ten. 51,332 51,330 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,568 7,600 Answer Key , , , , , , , , ,600 20) Round to the nearest Hundred. 81,297 81, ,300
17 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 6,602 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 50,356 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 8,574 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 48,646 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,976 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 49,419 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,057 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 17,258 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7, , , , , , , , , , ,100 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 53, ,240
18 1) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 6,602 6,600 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 50,356 50,360 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ,000 6) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 8,574 8,570 8) Round to the nearest Hundred. 48,646 48,600 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 3,976 4,000 12) Round to the nearest Ten. 49,419 49,420 13) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten. 4,057 4,060 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 17,258 17,300 17) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 7,136 7,100 Answer Key , , , , , , , , , ,100 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 53,242 53, ,240
19 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 8,973 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 28,895 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 8,784 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 39,280 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,095 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 35,729 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 6,396 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 99,055 17) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5, , , , , , , , , , ,500 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 25, ,260
20 1) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 8,973 9,000 4) Round to the nearest Ten. 28,895 28,900 5) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 8,784 8,800 8) Round to the nearest Ten. 39,280 39,280 9) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 9,095 9,100 12) Round to the nearest Hundred. 35,729 35,700 13) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Hundred ) Round to the nearest Ten. 6,396 6,400 16) Round to the nearest Hundred. 99,055 99,100 17) Round to the nearest Hundred ,000 18) Round to the nearest Ten ) Round to the nearest Hundred. 5,453 5,500 Answer Key , , , , , , , , , ,500 20) Round to the nearest Ten. 25,258 25, ,260
(Amounts are rounded down to the nearest 100 million yen)
1 2 3 (Amounts are rounded down to the nearest 100 million yen) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 180 8 4 0 66 3.3 3.9 77 9.0 11.1 112 113 11.5 122 9.9 135 166 10.4 120 60 12 13 14 15 16 17 Appendices 18 19 20 21 22
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