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I’m guessing that the comma in the number is meant to be a decimal point, in which case 14.965 is 15 to the nearest whole number.

If the comma is a thousands separator, the number is already a whole number 14965.

If the question was to round 14 thousand 9 hundred and 65 to the nearest thousand the answer would be 15 thousand.

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