# Solving problems involving place value and rounding

# Solving problems involving place value and rounding

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### Key learning points

- In this lesson, we will be applying our knowledge of place value and rounding to different problems using these strategies.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

What is 563 201 rounded to the nearest multiple of 10 000?

500 000

563 000

563 200

Q2.

What is the range of numbers that will round to 400 000 when rounding to the nearest multiple of 100 000?

300 000 - 399 999

350 000 - 450 000

400 000 - 499 999

Q3.

What is the range of numbers that will round to 670 000 when rounding to the nearest multiple of 10 000?

669 000 - 674 000

669 000 - 674 999

670 000 - 674 999

Q4.

4. I am thinking of a 6 digit number. When rounded to the nearest multiple of 100 000, it is approximately equal to 800 000. It is an even number. What could my number be?

789 145

83 000

856 012

Q5.

5. I am thinking of a 5 digit number. When rounded to the nearest multiple of 1000, it is approximately equal to 45 000. It is also a multiple of 5. What could my number be?

44 250

45 238

45 891

### 5 Questions

Q1.

What is the value of the digit '6' in the number 65 341?

600

600 000

6000

Q2.

2. I'm thinking of a number. It is a 6 digit, even number. When rounded to the nearest multiple of 100 000, it is approximately equal to 600 000. My number has a '4' in the tens column. What could my number be?

587 241

598 433

61 024

Q3.

Which of the following demonstrates an accurate way of partitioning the number 43 213?

40 000 + 30 000 + 2000 + 10 + 3

40 000 + 3000 + 200 + 10

400 000 + 20 000 + 2000 + 100 + 13

Q4.

Which of the following demonstrates an accurate way of partitioning the number 139 672?

10 000 + 39 000 + 600 + 70 + 2

100 000 + 672

130 000 + 90 000 + 672

Q5.

There are 652 987 people at an Olympics event on Saturday and 232 018 people at the event on Sunday. Use rounding to the nearest 100 000 to find the approximate total number of people attending over the weekend.

600 000 + 200 000 = 800 000

650 000 + 230 000 = 880 000

700 000 + 300 000 = 1 000 000