This is our second video on rounding. In this video, we're going to talk about rounding to the nearest hundredth. We're going to be working with mostly three-digit numbers, but we're also going to take a look at some four-digit numbers. Now, in our first video on rounding to the nearest 10, we learned a poem that helps us round. It says, "Find your number, go right next door. For or less, let me rest. Five or more, add one more." We're going to be using that poem to round to the nearest hundredth. Let's take a look at our first example. As we did before, we're going to find our number by counting the places to the number we're rounding to. Since we're rounding to the nearest hundredth, I need to find the number in the hundreds place, which is one ten hundredths. In this case, the eight is my number. I need to figure out what to do, so I go right next door. As my rule set, two is the next line in the poem. That's a four or less, which says to let me rest. So the eight is not going to change. Instead of just one digit like we did with the tenth, I have two digits behind my number. Both of those digits are going to become zeros. So the two becomes a zero, and the one becomes a zero. When I round to the nearest hundred, eight hundred twenty-one rounds to eight hundred. Notice, when rounding to a hundred, there are two zeros at the end. If my answer is correct, I'm going to have at least two zeros at the end. Sometimes, I'll even have three. But most of the time, when rounding to the nearest hundred, I'm going to have two...