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Excel

There are a few ways to round numbers in Excel. The simplest way is to use the built-in Round function. The Round function takes two arguments: the number you want to round and the number of decimal places you want to round to. For example, if you want to round the number 12.345 to two decimal places, you would use the Round function like this: =Round(12.345, 2).

If you want to round a number to a specific number of decimal places, you can use the Round function with the number of decimal places as the second argument. For example, to round the number 12.345 to the nearest whole number, you would use the Round function like this: =Round(12.345, 0).

If you want to round a number up or down, you can use the Round function with the number of decimal places as the second argument and the number 1 (for up) or -1 (for down) as the third argument. For example, to round the number 12.345 up to the nearest whole number, you would use the Round function like this: =Round(12.345, 0, 1).

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