# Round Numbers

Round Numbers is used to perform various kinds of rounding operations such as (up, down, ceiling, floor, half up, half down, half even, half ceiling & half floor) on floating point numbers. You can select the number of digits (precision) to round by as well.

Settings

#### Background Information

The Rounding of numerical value means replacing it by another number that is approximately equal, but less precise. It is often used for reporting and communication purposes.

#### Settings Explained

Round Type
Select the rounding type you want to use. Checkout the types of rounding.
##### Up (Away from Zero)
Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.24``
##### Down (Towards Zero)
Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.23``
##### Ceiling (Towards +Infinity)
Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.24``
##### Floor (Towards -Infinity)
Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.23``
##### Half Up (Towards nearest neighbor. If equidistant, up)
###### Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.23``
###### Input: 1.235, Precision: 2
``1.24``
##### Half Down (Towards nearest neighbor. If equidistant, down)
###### Input: 1.235, Precision: 2
``1.23``
###### Input: 1.236, Precision: 2
``1.24``
##### Half Even (Towards nearest neighbor. If equidistant, towards even neighbor)
###### Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.23``
###### Input: 1.235, Precision: 2
``1.24``
##### Half Ceiling (Towards nearest neighbor. If equidistant, towards +Infinity)
###### Input: 1.234, Precision: 2
``1.23``
###### Input: 1.235, Precision: 2
``1.24``
##### Half Floor (Towards nearest neighbor. If equidistant, towards -Infinity)
###### Input: 1.235, Precision: 2
``1.23``
###### Input: 1.236, Precision: 2
``1.24``
Precision

Choose the precision you want to use during the rounding operation.

The examples below assume an input of 1.234 and a Up (Away from Zero) Rounding operation
##### Precision: 1
``1.3``
##### Precision: 2
``1.24``
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