Any suggestions? To round down to the nearest specified multiple , use the FLOOR function . =CEILING(123.222,1) So entering a .01 as the significance tells the CEILING function to round to the nearest penny.
To round to the nearest multiple , use the MROUND function . MVP This site in other languages Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
This Tutorial provides some simple formulas to round numbers to nearest specific number, and also introduce the formulas to round numbers to next or last nearest one. To round normally, use the ROUND function .
Rounding functions in Excel.
Great! You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Sorry this didn't help. To round down to the nearest specified place , use the ROUNDDOWN function . In another cell, enter this formula: =MROUND((A1+5)*2,9) Let's say you have a number in A1.
In the example shown, the formula in C6 is: =ROUND(B6,0)-0.01 which rounds the value in B6 to the nearest whole dollar, then subtracts .01. Thanks for marking this as the answer. I am looking to write a formula where I can take a cell, add 5 to it, times the sum by 2, then round to the nearest 9. Example Copy the example data in the following table, and paste it in cell A1 of a new Excel worksheet. If you wanted to round to the nearest nickel, you could use .05 as the significance. To round a number to a specific multiple (for example, to round to the nearest 0.5), use the MROUND function. For instance, you can force Excel to round 123.222 to 124 by using the CEILING function with a significance of 1. A different (and shorter) approach, though, is to use the ROUNDDOWN function to do the rounding, in this manner: =ROUNDDOWN(A1,1)+0.09 You could also use the straight ROUND function in this manner: =ROUND(A1+0.05,1)-0.01 Shorter still is a solution that doesn't rely on any of the built-in rounding functions: =(INT(A1*10)+0.9)/10 To round prices to end in the nearest, .99 value, you can use the ROUND function then subtract .01. Replies (2) This thread is locked.
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Answer Last updated June 8, 2020 THX! In another cell, enter this formula: =MROUND ( (A1+5)*2,9) ---.
How satisfied are you with this response? Kind regards, HansV. Sometimes, you may want to convert numbers to nearest 5/10/50/100 for calculation in Excel.