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# Racing About Mountain - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Racing About Mountain Created by V. S. Bell H. H. Beam Elementary School Gastonia, NC 28052 Draw a Rounding Hill! About Mtn. Make one box at the top. Make two boxes on the bottom sides. If a biker is riding over the hill and stops . . . Where will he roll?

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Created by V. S. Bell

H. H. Beam Elementary School

Gastonia, NC 28052

Make one box at the top.

Make two boxes on the bottom sides.

Round this number to the nearest ten.

637

Circle the tens place.

The tens place value is 30!

35

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637

40

30

30 will be the starting point for the rider!

Where is the finish line?

He will roll to the 40!

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637

640

40

30

Put the biker on the 37 mark!

If he stops, where will he roll?

Round this number to the nearest ten.

422

Circle the tens place.

The tens place value is 20!

He will roll to the 20!

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29

422

420

30

20

Put the biker on the 22 mark!

If he stops, where will he roll?

Round this number to the nearest hundred.

465

Circle the hundreds place.

The hundreds place value is 400!

Remember! Hundreds Place!

What will be the starting point?

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465

50

40

40 will be the starting point for the rider!

Where is the finish line?

Remember! Hundreds Place!

He will roll to the 50!

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500

49

465

50

40

Put the biker on the 46 mark!

If he stops, where will he roll?

Practice

What is 514 rounded to the nearest ten?

514 rounded to the nearest tens is 510!

Practice

What is 376 rounded to the nearest ten?

376 rounded to the nearest tens is 380!

Practice

What is 736 rounded to the nearest hundred?

736 rounded to the nearest hundred is 700!

Practice

What is 282 rounded to the nearest ten?

282 rounded to the nearest tens is 280!

Practice

What is 999 rounded to the nearest hundred?

999 rounded to the nearest hundred is 1000!