ROUNDUP: Rounding Up Numbers in Excel
The ROUNDUP function efficiently rounds numbers up to a specific number of decimal places. It follows this syntax: =ROUNDUP(number, num_digits). The 'number' parameter represents the number to round, while 'num_digits' denotes the decimal places or integer for rounding.
ROUND: Rounding Numbers with Precision
The ROUND function rounds a number to a defined number of decimal places. Its syntax is =ROUND(number, num_digits). Here, 'number' is the value to round, and 'num_digits' specifies the desired decimal places or nearest integer for rounding.
CEILING: Precision Rounding with Excel
The CEILING function rounds numbers up to the nearest integer or to the closest multiple of a specified number. Its structure is =CEILING(number, significance). 'Number' signifies the value to be rounded, while 'significance' denotes the target multiple or integer for rounding.
MROUND: Rounding to Specific Multiples
MROUND function effectively rounds numbers to the nearest multiple. Its syntax is =MROUND(number, multiple). 'Number' represents the value to round, and 'multiple' signifies the specific interval for rounding.
FLOOR: Rounding Down Numbers in Excel
The FLOOR function rounds numbers down to the nearest integer or to the closest multiple of a specified number. Its syntax is =FLOOR(number, significance). 'Number' refers to the value to be rounded down, while 'significance' indicates the specific multiple or integer for rounding.