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As it ends with a 3, if rounding to the nearest 10, it will round down to 610. If you are rounding to the nearest hundred, then the 1 in the tens position will make it round down to 600. If rounding to the nearest 1000, it would round up to 1000, as there is a 6 in the hundreds position. So it depends on what you are rounding to.
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Down Because if it 14. 2 and not 14.5 or 14.6 etc where the number after the decimal is 5 or greater.
It rounds up. (:
5 rounds up
Personally, I have always been taught to round up. (ex. if an answer is 0.5, I usually round it to 1.)
Answer : Round up or down so that the new last digit is even. Rationale : Some people advise you to round up 0.5 others say round down. The problem with that approach is… as follows: In the first case If the number is 0.0 you don't need to round If the number is 0.1, 0.2, 0.3 or 0.4 you round down If the number is 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8 or 0.9 you round up So 4 downs and 5 ups (and one no change). Net Result: you introduce an upward bias. In the second scenario, you introduce a downward bias through rounding. Possible solution : Round up from 0.5 half the time, round down the other half. That satisfies the bias problem but introduces another - that of reproducibility. If someone else were to look at your data would they round up/down the same way you did? Unlikely. You need a system which will round 0.5 up half the time and down half the time but where the decision is made for you. Hence the best solution is the answer given above: Round up or down so that the new last digit is even. Long and a bit roundabout but it should satisfy not only the mathematicians but the statisticians and pedants as well.
50 Rounds Up.For some people it rounds down.But normally it rounds up.
The usual practice with a 5 is to round up, so for example 7.5 is about 8.
The rule of thumb is: If the remainder is half again, or more, you round up. If it's less than half again, you round down. For example: 250.4 rounds down to 250. 250.6 rounds …up to 251.
Depends what you're rounding it to. If it's the nearest tenth, you round up to 1260 if it's the nearest hundreth, you round up to 1300 If its the nearest thousanth, you round… down to 1000
when the last digit is 4 or under, round down. "five or above, give it a shove" round up.
Neither. A golfer applies his or her exact handicap index to a formula which determines their course handicap for the specific course and set of tees that they're playing. The… course handicap for each competitor is used. Those are expressed in whole numbers so no rounding is involved.
It is already rounded to a higher degree.
When rounding to a specific place, take a look at the digitimmediately to the right of the target, in this case, the tensplace. If that digit is 4 or less, zero everything to …the right ofthe target out. If that digit is 5 through 9, increase the targetby one and zero everything to the right of it out. If the target isa 9, increasing it will turn it to zero and increase the digit tothe left of the target by one.