Remember, numbers with **2 decimal places** have **2 digits **after the decimal point.

**Rounding Rules:**

To round a number with 2 decimal places, look at the **second digit **after the decimal point.

Numbers whose 2nd decimal place is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, round **DOWN.**

Numbers whose 2nd decimal place is 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, round **UP.**

Halfway numbers such as 7.55 round **UP.**

**Example 1:**

Round 6.46 to one decimal place.

First, look at the digit **6 = 6 hundredths**.** **Because it is more than 5, so more than 5 hundredths, we need to round up.

Answer = **6.5**

**Example 2:**

**Round 12.83 to one decimal place.**

Look at the digit **3 = 3 hundredths**. Because it is less than 5, so less than 5 hundredths, we round down.

Answer =** 12.8**

It's that simple!