How to Round Mixed Numbers

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Which of the following is a mixed number?

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1. Round 6 3/4 to the nearest whole number.

2. Round 34 1/8 to the nearest whole number.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Working with mixed numbers can sometimes feel confusing, but this quiz and printable worksheet make rounding mixed numbers seem easy. You will have to know what a mixed number is and then be able to solve rounding problems composed of all different combinations of numerators and denominators.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Our assessments quiz you on:

  • What a mixed number looks like
  • Rounding mixed numbers by comparing numerators to denominators
  • How to round mixed numbers up or down

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet help you practice these skills:

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding mixed numbers
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to round mixed numbers up or down to the nearest whole number
  • Problem solving - use acquired information to solve rounding problems

Additional Learning

If you need to go through this lesson in detail, check out the supplementary Rounding Mixed Numbers lesson. You will brush up on concepts like:

  • Working with whole numbers and fractions
  • Real-life situations where mixed numbers might be encountered
  • Comparing numerators to denominators
  • When to round up and when to round down
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