Rounding Calculator is a free online tool that displays the rounded value of the given number. BYJU’S online rounding calculator tool makes the calculations faster, and the rounded value of the number is displayed in a fraction of seconds.
How to Use the Rounding Calculator?
The procedure to use the rounding calculator is as follows:
Step 1: Enter the number/decimal in a given input field
Step 2: Click the button “Round” to get the result
Step 3: The rounded value of the number will be displayed in the output field
What is Rounding of Numbers?
In Maths, rounding of numbers is a kind of estimating the numbers in the rounded form rather than the exact form. There are some procedures to round off the whole numbers. To round off whole numbers, find the place value that you want to round, and just see the digit just right to it. If that digit number is less than 5, don’t change the rounding figure, but replace all the digits right to the rounding digits to “zero”. If it is greater than 5, add 1 to the rounding digit, and replace all the digits right to the rounding digits to “zero”.
The standard form to represent the numbers is given with an example below:
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Frequently Asked Questions on Rounding Calculator
What is the nearest rounded whole number of 1.5?
The nearest rounded whole number of 1.5 is 2. It is rounded up to 2. In the case of 1.4, it is rounded down to 1
What is called rounding up of numbers?
The rounding up of numbers means if a number is given in the decimal form and followed by the numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 after the decimal point, then round the numbers up to the nearest whole number greater than the given one. For example, 14.682 = 15 (rounded up).
What is called rounding down of numbers?
The rounding down of numbers means if a number you are rounding is followed by the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4, then round the numbers down (no change). For example, 25.23 = 25.