Place value of digit 1 = ten thousands

Total value of digit 1 = ten thousand x 1

= 10, 000 (ten thousand)

**Answer is therefore A**

Total value of digit 1 = ten thousand x 1

= 10, 000 (ten thousand)

A. 2300

B. 0.68

C. 2345.68

D. 2300.68

Digit 7 represents the place value of hundredths

To round off to the nearest hundredths, we check the digit that represents thousandths and if it is equal to or greater than 5. If we find that it is greater, we increase the digit that represents hundredths by one digit, else, the hundredths digit remain unchanged.

From the table above, we can deduce that digit 8 represents thousandths and 8 is greater than 5. Therefore, it will affect digit 7 which will increase by one.

Our answer will be 2345.68

**The correct answer is therefore C.**

To round off to the nearest hundredths, we check the digit that represents thousandths and if it is equal to or greater than 5. If we find that it is greater, we increase the digit that represents hundredths by one digit, else, the hundredths digit remain unchanged.

From the table above, we can deduce that digit 8 represents thousandths and 8 is greater than 5. Therefore, it will affect digit 7 which will increase by one.

Our answer will be 2345.68

A. Tenths

B. Four tenths

C. Thousandths

D. Four hundredths

The first step is to find the product of **5.078 by 2.64 = 13.4059**

The place value of 4 is tenths

The total value of 4 is four tenths

**Therefore, the correct answer is B**

The total value of 4 is four tenths

A. 5 893 000

B. 5 890 000

C. 5 900 000

D. 5 892 800

Digit 2 represents place value of thousands

If we look at a smaller value (hundreds), 7 is bigger than 5 therefore affecting 2 by increasing it by 1.

The answer will be 5 893 000

**The answer is therefore A**

If we look at a smaller value (hundreds), 7 is bigger than 5 therefore affecting 2 by increasing it by 1.

The answer will be 5 893 000

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- A. 60 660 060
- B. 606 060 660
- C. 60 606 060
- D. 6 606 060

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- B. 77070000.13
- C. 77O07OOO0.13
- D. 7770000.013

- A. Eighty two thousand eight hundred and twenty two and eight hundred and eighty two.
- B. Eighty two million eight hundred and twenty two thousand eight hundred and eighty two.
- C. Eighty two million eight hundred and twenty two eight hundred and eighty two.
- D. Eight hundred and twenty eight thousand eight hundred and twenty two.

- A. 1311101
- B. 13011011
- C. 13110101
- A. 13011101

- A. Nine million nine hundred and nine thousand nine hundred and nine
- B. Ninety nine million nine hundred and nine thousand nine hundred and nine
- C. Ninety nine million nine hundred and ninety thousand nine hundred and nine
- D. Ninety nine million ninety thousand and ninety nine

- A. Sixty million ninety thousand four hundred and twenty eight.
- B. Six million ninety thousand four hundred and twenty eight.
- C. Sixty million nine thousand four hundred and twenty eight.
- D. Six million nine thousand four hundred and twenty eight.

- A. 38900000
- B. 38890000
- C. 38899000
- D. 38898800

- A. Four hundred and twenty thousand eight hundred and thirty six
- B. Eight hundred arid sixty four thousand three hundred and twenty
- C. Eight million and sixty four thousand three hundred and twenty
- D. Two hundred and three thousand four hundred and sixty eight

- A. 100200.08
- B. 102000.08
- C. 102.08
- D. 102000.80

- A. Two hundred million seven hundred fifty eight thousand and three.
- B. Two hundred million seventy five thousand eight hundred and three.
- C. Twenty million seven hundred fifty eight thousand and three.
- D. Twenty million seventy five thousand eight hundred and three.

- A Nine million three thousand and one, eight hundred and fifty four
- B. Ninety three and me thousand, eight hundred and fifty four
- C. Nine million three hundred and one thousand eight hundred and fifty four.
- D. Nine hundred and thirty thousand eighteen hundred and fifty four.

- A. Six million four hundred thousand five hundred and two.
- B. Sixty million four thousand live hundred and two.
- C. Sixty million forty thousand five hundred and two.
- D. Sixty million four hundred thousand five hundred and two.

- A. 26432009
- B. 2643209
- C. 26430209
- D. 264302009

- A. 1005308
- B. 1050308
- C. 1500308
- D. 1005038

- A. One million one hundred thousand and one hundredth
- B. One million one thousand and one thousandth
- C. One million one hundred thousand one tenth
- D. One million one hundred thousand and one thousandth

- A. Seven million three hundred and twelve thousand one hundred and twenty five.
- B. Seventy three million one hundred and twenty one thousand and twenty five.
- C. Seven hundred and thirty one million two hundred and ten thousand and twenty five
- D. Seventy three million twelve thousand one hundred and twenty five.

- A. Fifty million two hundred and fifty thousand and eighty two.
- B. Fifty million twenty five thousand and eighty two.
- C. Fifty million two hundred thousand five hundred and eighty two.
- D. Fifty million two hundred and five thousand and eighty two.

- A. 3599472
- B. 3005472
- C. 3007472
- D. 3059472

- A. Thirty two thousand one hundred and four.
- B. Three million two thousand one hundred and four.
- C. Three hundred and 3vhty thousand one hundred and four.
- D. Three million two hundred thousand one hundred and four.

- A. Five million, fifty five thousand and fifty five
- B. Five million, five hundred thousand, five hundred and fifty five
- C. Five million, five hundred and five thousand and fifty five.
- D. Five million, five hundred and fifty thousand and fifty five.

- A. 6085037
- B. 6805037
- C. 60853O7
- D. 6850307

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