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Rounding to decimal places
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Maths year 7 practice quiz on how to round to decimal places.
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Ellen Billingham
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Question 1
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What is a decimal place?
Answer
Any of the numbers after a decimal point.
A number that has a decimal point
Question 2
Question
If you are rounding to 2 decimal places, which number do you check for whether you should round it up or down. eg in 1.4567
Answer
The 2nd decimal place eg. the 5
The 3rd decimal place eg. the 6
Question 3
Question
If you are rounding to 1 decimal place, and the 2nd one is a 4, what do you do to the 1st one?
Answer
Nothing
Round it down
Question 4
Question
If you are rounding to 3 decimal places and the 4th one is a 7, what do you do?
Answer
Round it up
Nothing
Question 5
Question
What do you do if you are rounding to 4 decimal places and the 5th one is a 5?
Answer
You can choose whether to round it up or down
Round it up
Question 6
Question
What is 1.452 to 2 d.p?
Answer
1.45
1.44
Question 7
Question
What is 34.2578 to 3 d.p?
Answer
34.257
34.258
Question 8
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What is 983.75 to 1 d.p?
Answer
983.8
983.7
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