Son thinks it's 11000 and myself his mom thinks it's 1000? Which is right? Please let it be me lol I'm not that old. I don't think lol
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There's a 1 in the ten thousands place.

The next digit to the right is 2.  That's less than 5, so the 1 in the ten thousands place stays 1 and doesn't round up.

So the 1 in the ten thousands place stays a 1 and everything to the right of that becomes 0s.

Result:  10000
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