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Excel

In Excel, the MROUND function returns the rounded value of a number to a specified number of decimal places. The syntax for the MROUND function is:

=MROUND(number, num_digits)

In the function, number is the number to be rounded, and num_digits is the number of decimal places to which the number is to be rounded.

The syntax for MROUND in Excel is as follows: =MROUND(number, significance)

Where "number" is the number you want to round to the nearest "significance" number of decimal places, and "significance" is the number of decimal places you want to round to.

To use the MROUND function in Excel, you will need to enter the function into the cell where you would like the answer to appear. The syntax for the MROUND function is MROUND(number, round_number). In the function, "number" is the number you would like to round to the nearest "round_number" number. The MROUND function will round the number up if it is a decimal number that is greater than or equal to 0.5, and it will round the number down if it is a decimal number that is less than or equal to 0.5. An example of how to use the MROUND function in Excel is if you have the number 4.5 and you would like to round it to the nearest whole number, you would enter the following into the cell: =MROUND(4.5, 1). This would result in the number 5 being displayed in the cell.

There are a few occasions when you should not use MROUND in Excel. One such example is when you are working with a negative number. If you try to use MROUND on a negative number, Excel will return a #VALUE! error. Additionally, if you are working with a decimal number that is not a whole number, MROUND will round it up to the nearest whole number. For example, if you have the decimal number .5, MROUND will round it up to 1. If you need to round a decimal number to a certain number of decimal places, you can use the ROUND function instead of MROUND.

There are a few similar formulae to MROUND in Excel. One is the ROUNDDOWN function, which rounds a number down to the nearest integer. The ROUNDUP function rounds a number up to the nearest integer. The TRUNC function truncates a number to the nearest integer. Finally, the FLOOR function rounds a number down to the nearest integer below the number.

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