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# Question : Round as indicated 1) 578 to the nearest ten : 2151888

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

Round as indicated.

1) 578 to the nearest ten

A) 680

B) 590

C) 570

D) 580

2) 3615 to the nearest ten

A) 3630

B) 3720

C) 3610

D) 3620

3) 2536 to the nearest ten

A) 2640

B) 2530

C) 2540

D) 2550

4) 407 to the nearest hundred

A) 500

B) 410

C) 400

D) 300

5) 456 to the nearest hundred

A) 500

B) 490

C) 600

D) 400

6) 2740 to the nearest hundred

A) 2800

B) 2700

C) 2600

D) 2710

7) 6558 to the nearest hundred

A) 6590

B) 6600

C) 6500

D) 6700

8) 69,428 to the nearest hundred

A) 69,400

B) 69,500

C) 69,410

D) 69,300

9) 39 to the nearest ten

A) 40

B) 50

C) 20

D) 30

10) 81 to the nearest ten

A) 80

B) 60

C) 90

D) 70

Solve.

11) A company spent \$793,749,606 on advertising. Round the advertising figure to the nearest hundred-thousand.

A) 700,000,000

B) 800,000,000

C) 793,700,000

D) 793,800,000

12) A publishing company sold 37,266,591 books. Round the number of books sold to the nearest ten-million.

A) 40,000,000

B) 37,270,000

C) 30,000,000

D) 37,000,000

13) The total area of a certain country is 1,061,445 square miles. Round this figure to the nearest hundred thousand.

A) 1,100,000

B) 1,070,000

C) 1,060,000

D) 1,000,000

14) In its latest census, a country's population is calculated to be 1,184,343. Round this number to the nearest thousand.

A) 1,184,400

B) 1,185,000

C) 1,184,340

D) 1,184,000

Use the principle of estimation to find an estimate for the calculation.

15) 33 + 75 + 78 + 32

A) 220

B) 230

C) 210

D) 240

16) 432 + 487 + 526

A) 1300

B) 1500

C) 1200

D) 1400

17) 440,799 + 59,267 + 375,634

A) 860,000

B) 6,516,600,000

C) 6,509,080,000

D) 760,000

18) 353,565 + 59,998

A) 571,400,000

B) 600,000

C) 500,000

D) 400,000

19) 4,416,298 + 662,617

A) 6,000,000

B) 7,000,000

C) 5,000,000

D) 4,000,000

20) 88 × 31

A) 2700

B) 2400

C) 3200

D) 3600

21) 7534 × 9

A) 6300

B) 72,000

C) 80,000

D) 67,800

22) 625,381 × 793

A) 42,000,000

B) 560,000,000

C) 480,000,000

D) 420,000,000

23) 192,561 ÷ 54

A) 4000

B) 2000

C) 200

D) 40

24) 8,917,075 ÷ 542

A) 15,000

B) 180,000

C) 1500

D) 18,000

Estimate the result of the calculation. Use your estimate to determine if the result appears to be correct or incorrect.

25)

A) Incorrect. Estimate: 2400

B) Correct. Estimate: 2200

C) Incorrect. Estimate: 2100

D) Incorrect. Estimate: 2300

26)

A) Incorrect. Estimate: 2700

B) Incorrect. Estimate: 2800

C) Incorrect. Estimate: 2500

D) Correct. Estimate: 2600

27)

A) Incorrect. Estimate: 500,000

B) Incorrect. Estimate: 300,000

C) Incorrect. Estimate: 200,000

D) Correct. Estimate: 400,000

28)

A) Incorrect. Estimate: 600,000

B) Incorrect. Estimate: 700,000

C) Correct. Estimate: 400,000

D) Incorrect. Estimate: 500,000

Solve each problem by estimating.

29) Andy wants to buy a refrigerator for \$999, a stove for \$559, and a dishwasher for \$549. Round each cost to the nearest hundred to estimate the total cost.

A) \$1900

B) \$2000

C) \$2200

D) \$2100

30) The population of Capital City is 7,985,831 and the population of Spring City is 1,742,652. Round each population to the nearest hundred-thousand to estimate how much larger Capital City is than Spring City.

A) 6,200,000

B) 6,400,000

C) 6,243,000

D) 6,300,000

31) Linda scored 82, 95, 80, 68, 74, and 100 on her calculus tests. Round each score to the nearest ten to estimate her total score.

A) 500

B) 510

C) 490

D) 480

32) The Pan family took a trip and traveled 265, 449, 639, 698, and 760 miles on 5 consecutive days. Round each distance to the nearest hundred and estimate the distance they traveled.

A) 2700 miles

B) 2900 miles

C) 2800 miles

D) 3000 miles

33) A local sandwich shop sells 176 sandwiches on an average day. Estimate how many sandwiches they sold in the last 143 days. Round the number of sandwiches and the number of days to the nearest ten.

A) 252,000

B) 25,300

C) 25,200

D) 253,000

34) Byran travelled for 6 weeks in Europe last year and spent \$3172 while he was there. Estimate the average amount he spent each day. Round the number of days to the to the nearest ten and the amount of money spent to the nearest hundred.

A) \$80

B) \$800

C) \$700

D) \$70

35) As part of her preparation for soccer tryouts, Eunice did 69 push-ups each day for 61 days. Estimate how many push-ups she did during that period. Round the number of push-ups and the number of days to the to the nearest ten.

A) 4200

B) 12,000

C) 42,000

D) 1200

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