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How to round the numeric value?Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value?
Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

How to round the numeric value?"Salman Saeed" <Salman wrote in message ... Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 Use the RND function..... |

How to round the numeric value?=CEILING(A1,0.5)
-- Regards Dave Hawley www.ozgrid.com "Salman Saeed" <Salman wrote in message ... Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

How to round the numeric value?Mon, 26 Apr 2010 02:59:01 -0700 from ?B?U2FsbWFuIFNhZWVk?= <=?
Utf-8?B?U2FsbWFuIFNhZWVk?=: Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 I don't know what that is, but it's not rounding. If you're rounding to the nearest whole, 1.2 would round to .0 not 1.5. Even if you are rounding to the nearest half, 1.7 would round to 1.5. Instead of just giving examples, please state your what you're actually trying to accomplish. -- Stan Brown, Oak Road Systems, Tompkins County, New York, USA http://OakRoadSystems.com Shikata ga nai... |

How to round the numeric value?"Stan Brown" wrote in message t... Mon, 26 Apr 2010 02:59:01 -0700 from ?B?U2FsbWFuIFNhZWVk?= <=? Utf-8?B?U2FsbWFuIFNhZWVk?=: Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 I don't know what that is, but it's not rounding. If you're rounding to the nearest whole, 1.2 would round to .0 not 1.5. Even if you are rounding to the nearest half, 1.7 would round to 1.5. The OP could certainly use ROUNDUP on the 1.7 value, but the only way of making 1.2 show as 1.5 (AFAIK) would be to use an IF statement.. |

How to round the numeric value?In addition to what ozgrid.com provided (which will round UP to the next
nearest .5 boundary), look at =MROUND(1.2,0.5) Since MROUND() rounds up,the effect in this case is the same as CIELING(1.2,0.5). Plus, MROUND() requires that the Analysis ToolPak add-in be active/installed. Just another alternative. You can also look at FLOOR() if you need to round DOWN. "Salman Saeed" wrote: Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

How to round the numeric value?I think you need =ROUND(A2/0.5,0)*0.5
Here are examples of results from CEIL, MROUND and ROUND number =CEILING(A2,0.5) =MROUND(A2,0.5) =ROUND(A2/0.5,0)*0.5 1.45 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.7 2 1.5 1.5 1.9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2.1 2.5 2 2 2.45 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 best wishes -- Bernard Liengme Microsoft Excel MVP http://people.stfx.ca/bliengme "Salman Saeed" <Salman wrote in message ... Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

How to round the numeric value?"JLatham" wrote:
look at =MROUND(1.2,0.5) Since MROUND() rounds up I don't think so. the effect in this case is the same as CIELING(1.2,0.5). I don't think so. MROUND(1.2,0.5) is 1, whereas CEILING(1.2,0.5) is 1.5. MROUND rounds; CEILING rounds up. Since the latter provides the result that Saeed requested (based on his two examples), CEILING is the correct function to use. Of course, that begs the questions of whether the two examples sufficiently demonstrate the kind of rounding that Saeed really wants, and whether his two examples correctly reflect what he wants. I would like to have seen more examples, notably 1.1 and 1.6. ----- original message ----- "JLatham" wrote: In addition to what ozgrid.com provided (which will round UP to the next nearest .5 boundary), look at =MROUND(1.2,0.5) Since MROUND() rounds up,the effect in this case is the same as CIELING(1.2,0.5). Plus, MROUND() requires that the Analysis ToolPak add-in be active/installed. Just another alternative. You can also look at FLOOR() if you need to round DOWN. "Salman Saeed" wrote: Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

How to round the numeric value?"Bernard Liengme" wrote:
I think you need =ROUND(A2/0.5,0)*0.5 [....] number =CEILING(A2,0.5) =MROUND(A2,0.5) =ROUND(A2/0.5,0)*0.5 [....] 1.7 2 1.5 1.5 But Saeed said that 1.7 should become 2. So by your own examples, CEILING is the only one of those 3 formulas that works for both examples that Saeed gave. (However, Saeed might have misrepresented his requirements.) Of course, Saleed could use ROUNDUP(A1*2,0)/2, which should be functionally equivalent to CEILING(A1,0.5). I say "should be" because with Excel, one can never be sure. Sh*t happens! ;-) ----- original message ----- "Bernard Liengme" wrote in message ... I think you need =ROUND(A2/0.5,0)*0.5 Here are examples of results from CEIL, MROUND and ROUND number =CEILING(A2,0.5) =MROUND(A2,0.5) =ROUND(A2/0.5,0)*0.5 1.45 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.7 2 1.5 1.5 1.9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2.1 2.5 2 2 2.45 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 best wishes -- Bernard Liengme Microsoft Excel MVP http://people.stfx.ca/bliengme "Salman Saeed" <Salman wrote in message ... Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

How to round the numeric value?Quite right, thanks for the correction. I'd actually thought MRound()
rounded, but read something in Help that led me in the other direction - quite possibly I was looking at CEILING() help and thinking MROUND(). As for what the OP really wants? Who knows, I think everyone is doing the typical, reasonable thing -- interpreting based on example data/results provided, which is often quite full of holes. "Joe User" wrote: "JLatham" wrote: look at =MROUND(1.2,0.5) Since MROUND() rounds up I don't think so. the effect in this case is the same as CIELING(1.2,0.5). I don't think so. MROUND(1.2,0.5) is 1, whereas CEILING(1.2,0.5) is 1.5. MROUND rounds; CEILING rounds up. Since the latter provides the result that Saeed requested (based on his two examples), CEILING is the correct function to use. Of course, that begs the questions of whether the two examples sufficiently demonstrate the kind of rounding that Saeed really wants, and whether his two examples correctly reflect what he wants. I would like to have seen more examples, notably 1.1 and 1.6. ----- original message ----- "JLatham" wrote: In addition to what ozgrid.com provided (which will round UP to the next nearest .5 boundary), look at =MROUND(1.2,0.5) Since MROUND() rounds up,the effect in this case is the same as CIELING(1.2,0.5). Plus, MROUND() requires that the Analysis ToolPak add-in be active/installed. Just another alternative. You can also look at FLOOR() if you need to round DOWN. "Salman Saeed" wrote: Kindly tell me that how can we round the numeric value? Example: 1.2 = 1.5, 1.7 = 2.0 |

ROUND or CEILING/FLOORHello, it would depend on what kind of rounding off you want.
If you just want to round everything up, CEILING Function is the way to go, for an immediate rounding down, we just use floor. =CEILING(Number to be rounded off, significance) =FLOOR(Number to be rounded off, significance) For both cases, significance just means by what increments do you want this number to be rounded off to. For the more intuitive function, we can use the ROUND Function in Excel. To use this, we have: =ROUND(number to be rounded off, how many decimal places you want) so for the how many decimal places you want, essentially, if you want to round if off to the nearest 10s, you just put there -1, nearest hundreds -2. And if you want more decimal places, then you just put 1, 2,3 so on and so forth. Hope this helps! |

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