# How do you round to 3 decimal places?

## How do you round to 3 decimal places?

Example

1. Round this number to 3 decimal places.
2. Count along the first 3 numbers to the right of the decimal point.
3. Count along the first 3 numbers to the right of the decimal point.
4. Count along the first 3 numbers to the right of the decimal point.
5. Look at the next number (the 4th number after the decimal place)

## Do you round up or down at 0?

There are a lot of different ways to round numbers. We will discuss the most common way here. When rounding a number you will “round up” or “round down”. When the number you are rounding is between 0-4, you round down to the next lowest number.

## How do you round decimal places?

There are certain rules to follow when rounding a decimal number. Put simply, if the last digit is less than 5, round the previous digit down. However, if it’s 5 or more than you should round the previous digit up. So, if the number you are about to round is followed by 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 round the number up.

## How do I round decimals?

How do you round a decimal?

1. First, find the digit in the place you are rounding to.
2. Look at the digit one place to the right.
3. If the digit is less than 5, round down. If the digit is 5 or greater, round up.

## Does 3 decimal places include 0?

If a zero is behind a decimal and is trailing a non-zero, then it is significant. E.g. 5.00 – 3 significant figures. If a zero is leading a number, before or after the decimal, it is not significant. If a zero is trailing a non-zero digit, but it is not behind a decimal, it is not significant.

## How do you round to 3 decimal places in Excel?

Round a number down by using the ROUNDDOWN function. It works just the same as ROUND, except that it always rounds a number down. For example, if you want to round down 3.14159 to three decimal places: =ROUNDDOWN(3.14159,3) which equals 3.141.

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