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Currently in Maths, we are looking at ROUNDING.

 

We are learning to round any whole number up to 10,000,000 as well as looking at rounding numbers with two decimal places.

 

We are then looking at the practical uses of this, for example when using money £££

Our success criteria for rounding is below...

 

Round any whole number to a required degree of accuracy

  • round a given number to the nearest 10,000,000 (use the last seven digits), for example: 18,664,632 is 20,000,000
  • round a given number to the nearest 1,000,000 (use the last six digits), for example: 1,664,632 is 2,000,000
  • round a given number to the nearest 100,000 (use the last five digits), for example: 164,632 is 200,000
  • round a given number to the nearest 10,000 (use the last four digits), for example: 64,632 is 60,000
  • round a given number to the nearest 1000 ( use the last three digits), for example: 64,632 is 65,000
  • round a given number to the nearest 100 (use the last 2 digits), for example: 64,632 is 64,600
  • round a given number to the nearest 10 (use the ones digit), for example: 64,632 is 64,630
  • recognise the value of each digit in a given number up to 10,000,000
  • understand that any number between 0 and 10,000,000 can be rounded
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