## KS2 Maths Rounding to decimal places worksheet

by bcooper87

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KS2 Maths worksheet for homework or classwork. Objective : to be able to round to a given number of decimal places Worksheet for rounding to decimal places, starter is rounding to tens, hundreds and thousands.

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- Jul 2, 2011
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- Oct 27, 2014
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