You take the number before the number you want to round it to.
Round to tens: 97112770 (7 is greater then 4, so you round up)
round to hundreds: 97112800 (6 is greater then 4 so you round up)
round to thousands:97113000 (greater then 4, round up)
round to ten thousands: 97113000 (greater then 4, round up)
round to hundred thousands: 97100000 (less then 4, round down)
round to millions: 97000000 (less then 4 round down)
round to billions: 10,000,000 (more then 4 round up)
The ROUND function returns a number rounded to a specified number of digits.Syntax: ROUND(number,digits)number = number to round.digits = number of digits to round the number to.
ROUND is a function that returns a number rounded to a specified number of digits.Syntax: =ROUND( number, digits )number is the number to rounddigits is the number of digits to round the number toEXAMPLES:=ROUND(1/3,2) will return 0.33=ROUND(1/6,2) will return 0.17
=ROUND(Number, Number of Digits) Number is the number you are trying to round. Number of Digits is the amount of digits you want to round it to. So for example: =ROUND(41.98662,3) That will give you 41.987 as the answer.
If one were to round the number 12.45 to another number, there are a couple of options. First, one can round the number to 12.5 or one can round the number to 13.
Question: How to round a number? Answer: if the number is 4 or below you round down if it's 5 or above you round up.
When you round the 9 in the number 9.84 it will round up to the number 10.
I think you can round a single number?
Yo. round up to 9.00
round this number 75.9913
No it does not round to
Round this number to the nearest hundredth 0.3636 ? Round this number to the nearest hundredth 0.3636 ?
If I think your asking the question how I think your asking it, then any number 5 and above you round up. If its below 5 you round down. :-)
You round off the number 16 to the nearest ten by rounding up to 20. You look at the number to the right of the number you want to round, if it is a 5 or above you round up and if it is a 4 or under you round down.
It rounds up to 450
lets say you have the number 0.254 to round it to the nearest fourth you round it to 0.25 4 and below round down 5 and up round up
To round to the nearest number.
Try the ROUND function. ROUND(number,num_digits) For example, =ROUND(101.52,-1) yields: 100 =ROUND(101.52,0) yields: 102 =ROUND(101.52,1) yields: 101.5
How do u round 57.3 to the nearest whole number
To convert this to a whole number you have to round it - in this case it would round to 38.
If a number is already a whole number, and you are being asked to round it to the nearest whole number, then you don't need to round it anymore, since itself is the nearest whole number.
To round of, means to make the number to the closest higher or lower integer. If the number is closer to the lower integer, then you round down. If the number is closer to the higher integer, then you round up. If the differences is equal e.g. 2.5, the you must also round up.