# Round 16,311 to the nearest thousand

The round off value of 16311 is

### what is rounding off?

Rounding off means a number is made simpler by keeping its value intact but closer to the next number. It is done for whole numbers, and for decimals at various places of hundreds, tens, tenths, etc.

Given:

16311.

Now,

To round off nearest thousand focus on the place value of hundred place value.

Now, focus the value on hundred place value is less than 5 or greater than 5.

As, the number is less than 5 it will go towards previous number.

The round will lie between 16000 and 17000.

hence, the round off will be 16000.

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You just need to take the numbers in the thousands place and left, and if the numbers on the right are greater than 500, you round up. In this case, 311 is less than 500 so you round down and get 16000.

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A.
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B.
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C.
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D.
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(1.7) times 5, and get 8.5 hope i helped

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Compare simplifying before multiplying fractions with simplifying after multiplying the fractions

We can compare this using example:

Suppose the two fractions are and

When we simplify before multiplying:

(dividing both numerator and denominator by 5) in simplified form becomes

Similarly becomes

Now multiplying:

=

When we simplify after multiplying:

=

Now simplifying this:

Dividing both numerator and denominator by 10; we get

Now dividing by 2:

Now dividing by 3:

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Now, we can see and compare that when we multiply after simplifying, the result is simplified and calculation is easier.

When we do not simplify and multiply at first, the results are bigger numbers and it is difficult to simplify bigger numbers.

We will start using a new way to indicate simplifying fractions. When a numerator or
a denominator gets simplified, we will cross it out with a slash and write the new
numerator or denominator next to it (either above it or below it).
The number you divide by (the 4) does not get indicated in any way! You only
think about it in your mind: “I divide 12 by 4, and get 3. I divide 20 by 4, and get 5.”
You may not see any advantage over the “old” method yet, but this shortcut will
come in handy soon.

What is the difference of 5 1/5 - 2 3/5

5 1/5 - 2 3/5
= 25/5 + 1/5 - 10/5 + 3/5
= 26/5 - 13/5
= 13/5
= 2 3/5
5 1/5 - 2 3/5

Here, first multiply (5 * 5 + 1) / 5- (5 * 2 + 3) / 5, which gives you;

26 / 5-13 / 5 =

13/5 =

2 3/5