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9 thoughts on “ Up, Down Round & Round

  1. Mukree

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Following this rule, and both round to —instead of rounding up to —when rounded off to the nearest th. The rationale for the third rule is that approximately half of the time the number will be rounded up and the other half of the time it will be rounded down.
  2. Fenrigal

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    In above formulas, 1 indicates keeping one decimal, you can change it as you need, and if you want to round number up or down to whole number, you can use formulas =ROUNDUP(A2,0)or =ROUNDDOWN(A2,0). Maybe some of you do not like to remember formulas, next part I will introduce a Round utility for you to easily round number up or down.
  3. Mazahn

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Rounding to a negative number of digits means rounding to a power of ten, so for example round(x, digits = -2) rounds to the nearest hundred. For signif the recognized values of digits are 1 22, and non-missing values are rounded to the nearest integer in that range. Complex numbers are rounded to retain the specified number of digits in the.
  4. Shaktinos

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    May 15,  · Rounding off is a command for you to round up or down depending on the number's fractional component. For example, would be rounded up while would be rounded down. Typically, if the number is half way, like or 2–1/2, you would then round up to 3, unless it is specified to round down. Thanks for the A2A.
  5. Mikashura

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    When we round down we get this: rounds up to 8; rounds down to 7; rounds down to rounds up to rounds down to rounds down to -8 "Symmetric" Rounding. But maybe you think " rounds up to 8, so should go to -8", which is nice and symmetrical. Well you are in luck because that is rounding towards or away.
  6. Tushura

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    The first rounds every list value to two decimal places (up and down) with the round () function. We put those rounded values in a new list, valuesRound. The second list comprehension has the round_decimals_up () function round up to two decimal digits. The new list that this returns is what we store in valuesUp.
  7. Akinoshura

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    For detailed explanation of rounding algorithm or formula, refer "Rounding to a specified increment" section on this wikipedia article. e.g., Rounding $ to a cent Since a cent = 1/ = dollars, we set as the multiple, which gives rounded to nearest cent, rounded up to a cent and rounded down to a cent.
  8. Dozuru

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Round the numbers 31, 58, and 95 to the nearest ten. 30, 60, and The number 31 ends in 1, so round it down. The number 58 ends in 8, so round it up.
  9. Tygorg

    October 2, 2012 10:12
    Number (required) is the value you want to round up. This argument can contain the actual data for rounding, or it can be a cell reference to the location of the data in the worksheet. Num_digits (required) is the number of digits that you want to round the Number argument to.

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