Year 10
Foundation

Year 10
Foundation

# Round to two decimal places

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will learn how to round numbers to two decimal places using place value and number lines.

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
During a fundraising campaign, a charity raises £230 in the first week and £524 in the second week.Their target is £1350. How much more do they need to raise?
£1120
Correct answer: £596
£754
£826
Q2.
50 students are going on a trip. The trip costs £15 per person.The travel costs £200. How much is left over for tickets?
£125
Correct answer: £550
£750
Q3.
3. During a bake sale, 200 cupcakes are put into boxes of 6. Each box costs £3. The leftover cupcakes are sold for £1 each. How much money are the 200 cupcakes sold for in total?
Correct answer: £101
£35
£97
£99

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Round 34.678 to two decimal places.
33.67
34.67
Correct answer: 34.68
35.68
Q2.
Round 0.99601 to two decimal places.
0.10
0.99
1
Correct answer: 1.00
Q3.
Round 12.004827 to two decimal places.
12
Correct answer: 12.00
12.0048
12.01
Q4.
Which of the following cannot be rounded to 103.56?
103.555
103.557
103.559
Correct answer: 103.566
Q5.
A number has been rounded to 7.84. Which of the following could that number be?
Correct answer: 7.843
7.849
7.853
7.88