Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 8453 S Guides

Instructions and Help about Are Form 8453 S Guides

This is our second video on rounding in this video we're going to talk about rounding to the nearest hundredth we're gonna 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 and it says find your number go right next door for or less let me rest five or more and one more and we're going to be using that 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 one ten hundredths so in this case the eight is my number I need to figure out what to do so I go right next door as my colon set to the two the two is the next line in the poem because that's a four or less which says to let me rest so the eight is not going to change so the eight days now instead of just one digit as we did with the tenth I have two digits behind my number and both of those digits are going to become zeros so the two becomes a zero and the one becomes a zero so when I round to the nearest hundred eight hundred twenty one rounds to eight hundred notice I'm rounding to a hundred hundred has two zeros at the end so 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 went around to the nearest hundreds I'm going to have two zeros let's try another one find my number count the places one tens hundreds to the nearest hundred I go right next door the four tells me that I need to rest the seven stays the same and all the other digits behind becomes zeros so four hundred of 749 for round two seven hundredths let's take a look at another example find your number one ten hundred go right next door now I have a nine the nine falls in the last line of the poll and it says five or more add one more so I'm going to add one to my number which I've underlined one Plus that extra one becomes a to the other two digits turn into zeros so 195 is going around to 200 now we can also do this with four-digit numbers but the process is still the same I'm still rounding to the nearest hundreds find my number by counting the places ones tens hundreds thousands be careful make sure you go in the right direction I need to go right next door nine is a five or more so I have to add one more to my number the seven the seven becomes an 8 the 9 and the 3 behind my 7 becomes zeros and I'm just left with the two in the front I don't need to change it so I'm just going to drop it down into my number so seven thousand two thousand sorry 793 becomes twenty eight hundred or two thousand eight hundred now I'm going to give you a couple for you to try I want you to try 536 rounded to the nearest hundred so pause our video and then when you think you have your answer come back and we'll take a look and see if it matches alright ready think you have your answer let's take a look one ten hundredths right next door three tells me to rest so five hundred thirty six is been around to five hundred here's another one for you to try so this time it's going to have four digits to the nearest hundred round 3761 pause the video and then come back and check your answer okay you've got your answer you ready let's see how you did one ten hundred thousand I need the number in the hundreds place because I'm rounding to the nearest hundred going right next door to the six six tells me I have to add one more to my number be careful got add to my number the seven so it becomes an eight the six and the one behind it becomes zero and the three in the front drops down now remember just as we do with the ten sometimes we end up with a number that's going to get double digits when we round it up so let's take a look at one of those numbers in the hundreds let's say we have nine hundred ninety four and we're rounding to the nearest hundred 110 hundredths right next door nine tells me to add one more but I have a nine here and nine plus one is ten that's a two digit number so all I have to do in this case is put it down right there the other two digits in the number becomes zero then I end up rounding to 1000 there are no extra digits in the front to change but if I have a four digit number that might not be the case in this case rounded to the nearest hundred 110 hundreds go right next door the seven tells me to add one more it's the line in our poem next five or more but I have a nine here I can't put a two-digit number in that place so that means that I'm going to have to actually go next door to the next number and move it up to so the five is going to go in with six and the nine because the zero notice it's going from 59 up to sixty because