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**Rounding to the Nearest Thousandth Calculator: **One more rounding calculator is here to
help you find the rounded value to the nearest thousandth of the given decimals. This online Rounding off
to the Nearest Thousandth Calculator takes the input and instantly gives the output along with show work. So,
kids can learn the manual procedure of rounding off the decimal to nearest 1000th easily from here. Also, you
will find the solved examples for understanding the concept of rounding decimals to nearest thousandth
efficiently.

The trimming of numbers to the nearest place values is called rounding of numbers in maths. Rounding to the nearest thousandth is the rounded value of the decimal number to the nearest 1/1000 (one-thousandth). The location of the Thousandth place is the third position after the decimal point.

For instance, 2.7864 is a decimal number. 6 is the thousandth digit. After following the rounding decimals to the nearest thousandth procedure the rounded value of 2.7864 to the 1000th is 2.786

Let's dive into the detailed steps from the below modules and gain more knowledge about the concept to solve manually with ease.

The manual procedure to round off the decimal to nearest 1000th is explained here step by step. Check out the
ultimate technique behind the** rounding numbers to the nearest thousandth** and solve the complex
problems easily & effortlessly. The following are the rules to round off a decimal number to the nearest
thousandth

- First, identify the thousandth place value which is 3rd digit after the decimal point.
- Now, look at the 4th digit after the decimal point to round off the given number.
- In case, the digit is equal to or greater than 5 then add 1 in the 3rd digit place while rounding off the decimal number to the nearest thousandth.
- If the digit is less than 5, then keep the thousandth (3rd) place digit as it is while rounding off the number to nearest 1000th.

Refer to the solved examples available for a better understanding of the concept and practice frequently with our rounding calculator provided in roundingcalculator.guru to enhance problem-solving skills.

**Example 1:**

Round off the decimal 6.5457 to the nearest thousandth.

**Solution:**

Given decimal is 6.5457

Here the thousandth place value is 5

Now, take the next value into
consideration (which is 4th digit after the decimal point) and follow the steps.

Here 4th digit is 7, this
number is greater than 5, so we will add 1 to the thousandth digit.

6.5457 ⇒ 6.546

Hence, the
number 6.5457 rounds to the nearest thousandth and becomes 6.546

**Example 2:**

Round 106.8324 to its nearest thousandth.

**Solution:**

Given decimal is 106.8324

Here the thousandth place value is 2

Now, take the next value into
consideration (which is 4th digit after the decimal point) and follow the steps.

Here 4th digit is 4, this
number is less than 5, so we will remain the thousandth digit and remove all the digits next to the thousandth
digit.

106.8324 ⇒ 106.832

Hence, the number 106.8324 rounds to its nearest thousandth and
becomes 106.832

**1. What is the Nearest 1000th in decimal number?**

Nearest thousandth is the third digit after the decimal point.

**2. From where can I easily round off the number to the nearest thousandth?**

You can easily round off the number to the nearest thousandth from our free online & handy rounding to the nearest thousandth calculator.

**3. How do you round off decimals to the nearest thousandth?**

If the ten thousandth digit is less than 5, then round down the number. If the ten thousandth digit is greater than or equal to 5, then round up the number by adding 1 to the thousandth digit. Hence, you can round off decimals to the nearest thousandth manually.