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Round Numbers to the Nearest 100 (1)

In this worksheet, students round numbers to the nearest hundred.

'Round Numbers to the Nearest 100 (1)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Round Numbers Up/Down (to 10, 100 or 1000)

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet children must round numbers to the nearest hundred.

Remember that when numbers end in 10, 20, 30 or 40, round down to the nearest hundred. When numbers end in 50, 60, 70, 80 or 90, round up to the nearest100.

 

Example

Round 536 to the nearest hundred.

 

Answer

536 is between 500 and 600.

Look at the 30 in the tens place. It is below 50, so round down to 500. 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

384 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

870 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

669 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

268

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

416 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

443 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

550 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

552 

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

750

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

748 

  • Question 1

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

384 

CORRECT ANSWER
400
EDDIE SAYS
384 is between 300 and 400. Look at the 80 in the tens place. It is above 50, so round up to 400.
  • Question 2

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

870 

CORRECT ANSWER
900
EDDIE SAYS
870 is between 800 and 900. Look at the 70 in the tens place. It is above 50, so round up to 900.
  • Question 3

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

669 

CORRECT ANSWER
700
EDDIE SAYS
669 is between 600 and 700. Look at the 60 in the tens place. It is above 50, so round up to 700.
  • Question 4

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

268

CORRECT ANSWER
300
EDDIE SAYS
268 is between 200 and 300. Look at the 60 in the tens place. It is above 50, so round up to 300.
  • Question 5

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

416 

CORRECT ANSWER
400
EDDIE SAYS
416 is between 400 and 500. Look at the 10 in the tens place. It is below 50, so round down to 400.
  • Question 6

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

443 

CORRECT ANSWER
400
EDDIE SAYS
443 is between 400 and 500. Look at the 40 in the tens place. It is below 50, so round down to 400.
  • Question 7

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

550 

CORRECT ANSWER
600
EDDIE SAYS
550 is between 500 and 600. Look at the 50 in the tens place and round up to 600.
  • Question 8

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

552 

CORRECT ANSWER
600
EDDIE SAYS
552 is between 500 and 600. Look at the 50 in the tens place and round up to 600.
  • Question 9

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

750

CORRECT ANSWER
800
EDDIE SAYS
750 is between 700 and 800. Look at the 50 in the tens place and round up to 800.
  • Question 10

Round the number to the nearest hundred.

748 

CORRECT ANSWER
700
EDDIE SAYS
748 is between 700 and 800. Look at the 40 in the tens place. It is below 50, so round down to 700.
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