### All Common Core: 4th Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #341 : Common Core Math: Grade 4

Round to the nearest ten.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest ten we look to the ones place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our ones place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the ones place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the tens place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the tens place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is less than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #2 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest hundred.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest hundred we look to the tens place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our tens place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the tens place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the hundreds place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the hundreds place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is less than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #3 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest ten.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest ten we look to the ones place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our ones place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the ones place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the tens place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the tens place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is less than so our rounded number is .

### Example Question #1 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest ten thousand.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest ten thousand we look to the thousands place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our thousands place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the thousands place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the ten thousands place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the ten thousands place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is greater than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #5 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest hundred.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest hundred we look to the tens place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our tens place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the tens place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the hundreds place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the hundreds place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is less than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #6 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest hundred.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest hundred we look to the tens place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our tens place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the tens place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the hundreds place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the hundreds place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is greater than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #7 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest hundred thousand.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest hundred thousand we look to the ten thousands place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our ten thousands place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the ten thousands place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the hundred thousands place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the hundred thousands place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is greater than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #8 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest hundred.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

In this case, is greater than so our rounded number is

### Example Question #9 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest ten thousand.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest ten thousand we look to the thousands place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our thousands place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the thousands place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the ten thousands place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the ten thousands place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is equal to so our rounded number is

### Example Question #10 : Round Multi Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.4.Nbt.A.3

Round to the nearest ten thousand.

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

When we round a number to the nearest ten thousand we look to the thousands place to tell us if we round up or down.

If the number in our thousands place is or greater, we round up. If the number in the thousands place is or less, we round down. When we round up, the number in the ten thousands place increases by and all the other numbers to the right become . When we round down, the number in the ten thousands place stays the same and all the other numbers to the right become .

In this case, is less than so our rounded number is