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Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, the FLOOR.MATH function can be used to round a number down to the nearest integer. The function takes two arguments: the number to be rounded and the number of decimal places to round to. For example, the following formula would round the number 9.4567 to the nearest integer, 9: =FLOOR.MATH(9.4567,1)

The syntax of FLOOR.MATH in Google Sheets is as follows: =FLOOR(number,decimal places) number - The number to be Floor()ed. decimal places - The number of decimal places to round the number to.

The FLOOR.MATH function in Google Sheets allows you to find the nearest integer value to a given number. For example, if you want to find the nearest whole number to the value 2.5, you would use the formula FLOOR.MATH(2.5,0). This would return the value 3, since 2.5 is between 2 and 3.

There are a few occasions when you should not use FLOOR.MATH in Google Sheets. One instance would be when you are working with negative numbers. For example, if you type =floor(-4.5), Google Sheets will return -5. Another time you should not use FLOOR.MATH is when you are working with decimals. For example, if you type =floor(1.5), Google Sheets will return 1.

There are a few similar formulae to FLOOR.MATH in Google Sheets. The FIRST.MATH function returns the first value in a given range, while the LAST.MATH function returns the last value in a given range. The ROUND.MATH function rounds a number to a given number of decimal places, while the CEILING.MATH function rounds a number up to the nearest given number.

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