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What is Rounding?

Rounding can be referred to as a replacement of a number with another number that is equivalent to it. Rounding can be used to shorten a given number without depriving it of its original value. For example, we have to round 56.89. We can round it as replacing it with 57 which is the closest value to 56.

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What are the rules to round off numbers?

Rounding numbers isn't difficult as you need to figure out which decimal place of the number you want to round off. There are different methods to round off numbers like Half Up/Down, Round-Up/Down Round Half to Even/Odd.

There are different decimal places to which a number can be round off such as tens, hundreds, thousands, one decimal place, two decimal places and so on, respectively.

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How to Round Off Numbers?

So, before rounding off a number, decide to what place you want to round it off. Do you want a number to round to one decimal place, to its nearest ten, nearest hundred or to any other place?

For example, we have a number "2678".

We can round it off to its nearest ten as "2680"

Or if we round it off to its nearest hundred then it will become "2700".

What if we round "2678" to the nearest thousand?

If we round it off to its nearest thousand then it will become "3000".

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What is a Rounding Calculator?

Rounding becomes a bit difficult when decimal numbers gets involved. To round such complex values, Rounding calculator is designed to round numbers as per the requirement.

Rounding calculator decreases the precision of any given number to make it simpler and shorter.The Rounding calculator rounds the value of a given number to make it shorter while keeping it close to its original value.

How Rounding Calculator Works?

To know how rounding calculator works you just have to understand the way the numbers are rounded off to a particular decimal place.

Following is a list of the places to which a number can be rounded off:

  • Ones
  • Tens
  • Hundreds
  • Thousands
  • Ten Thousands
  • Millions
  • Tenths (1 decimal place)
  • Hundredths (2 decimal place)
  • Thousandths ( 3 decimal place)
  • Ten Thousandths (4 decimal place)
  • Hundred Thousandths (5 decimal place)
  • Millionths (6 decimal place)
  • Ten Millionths (7 decimal place)
  • Hundred Millionths (8 decimal place)
  • Billions (9 decimal place)

This smart rounding calculator allows you to round off numbers to any of the above places. You can round off numbers to 1 to 9 decimal places as well.

You just have to place the value of a number that you want to round off and select the place to which it is to be rounded off. The calculator will round it off as per the given input.

Let's consider some more examples of rounding.


We need to round off the value of 567888.

Round to the nearest tenth = 567890

Round to the nearest hundredth = 567900

Round to the nearest thousandth = 568000

Round to the nearest millionth = 1000000

Each of the round off values of 567888 as per the respective place is the closest value of it.

Now, let us make you aware of how to round decimal numbers.

For example, we have 678.9567 to round off.

Round to One Decimal Place: 679.0

Round to Two Decimal Place: 678.96

Round to Three Decimal Place: 678.957

Round to Four Decimal Place: 678.9567

Likewise, we can round off this number to a decimal place from 1 to 9, respectively.

Precisely, using this rounding calculator, you can round off any number to Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands, Ten Thousands, Millions, Tenths (1 decimal place), Hundredths (2 decimal places), Thousandths ( 3 decimal place), Ten Thousandths (4 decimal places), Hundred Thousandths (5 decimal places), Millionths (6 decimal places), Ten Millionths (7 decimal places), Hundred Millionths (8 decimal places), and Billions (9 decimal places).

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