 # Rounding To The Nearest Tenth Calculator

Rounding To The Nearest Tenth
Enter a Number

Rounded Number:

(to nearest tenth) Rounding to the Nearest Tenth Calculator is a free online tool that displays the given number rounded to its nearest tenths place value. BYJU’S online rounding to the nearest tenth calculator tool performs the calculation faster, and it displays the rounded value in a fraction of seconds.

## How to Use the Rounding to the Nearest Tenth Calculator?

The procedure to use the rounding to the nearest tenth calculator is as follows:

Step 1: Enter the decimal number in the input field

Step 2: Now click the button “Solve” to get the rounded value

Step 3: Finally, the decimal number rounded to the nearest tenth place value will be displayed in the output field

### What is Meant by Rounding to the Nearest Tenth?

In  Mathematics, the decimal number is the combination of the whole number and a fraction separated by a decimal point. From left to right, the place value of the digits is divided by 10. Thus, the decimal place value will help to determine the place values of tenths, hundredths, thousands. For example, the place value tenth is defined as 1/10 (one-tenth).

Consider a decimal number 12.345.

Here, the tenth place value is 3.

The decimal number can be rounded by replacing the number with the approximation of the number. For example, the decimal number 5.8 rounded to the nearest integer is 6. Similarly, we can round the decimal number to its nearest tenths place value. The tenth place value is the first number which appears first after the decimal point. To round the decimal number to its nearest tenth, look at the hundredth number. If that number is greater than 5, add 1 to the tenth value. If it is less than 5, leave the tenth place value as it is, and remove all the numbers present after the tenth’s place.

For example,

4.624 rounded to the nearest tenth is 4.6. Because the hundredths place value “2” is less than 5.

7.469 rounded to the nearest tenth is 7.5, as the hundredth’s place value “6” is greater than 5.

Disclaimer: This calculator development is in progress some of the inputs might not work, Sorry for the inconvenience.