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# What 12.56 in a whole number?

Updated: 9/17/2023

Wiki User

14y ago

Well, it certainly isn't a whole number. You have to specify according to what rule you want to get a whole number. Two common rules are: (a) Truncating; get the whole part (in this case 12), and discard the decimals. (b) Round to the nearest whole number; in this case the result would be 13.

Well, it certainly isn't a whole number. You have to specify according to what rule you want to get a whole number. Two common rules are: (a) Truncating; get the whole part (in this case 12), and discard the decimals. (b) Round to the nearest whole number; in this case the result would be 13.

Well, it certainly isn't a whole number. You have to specify according to what rule you want to get a whole number. Two common rules are: (a) Truncating; get the whole part (in this case 12), and discard the decimals. (b) Round to the nearest whole number; in this case the result would be 13.

Well, it certainly isn't a whole number. You have to specify according to what rule you want to get a whole number. Two common rules are: (a) Truncating; get the whole part (in this case 12), and discard the decimals. (b) Round to the nearest whole number; in this case the result would be 13.

Wiki User

14y ago

Wiki User

14y ago

Well, it certainly isn't a whole number. You have to specify according to what rule you want to get a whole number. Two common rules are: (a) Truncating; get the whole part (in this case 12), and discard the decimals. (b) Round to the nearest whole number; in this case the result would be 13.