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How to Round Big Decimal Numbers?

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To round big decimal numbers, decide on how many decimal places you need to round your number to. The next step is to consider the number immediately at the point of rounding; for example if you are rounding to three decimal places, consider the fourth number from the decimal place. If it is five or greater, add one to the third decimal point and if it is less than fice, drop the rest of the numbers.
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1. Decide on the amount of decimal places you would like to round the number to. For example if you would like to round to two decimal places, the number would end at two numbers
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if the the number in the tens place ( first number behind the decimal) is more than five then the number before the decimal goes up a number value. If the number in the tens place
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Hi waddhah, MyInteger=Math.Round(MyDecimal) MyFraction = MyDecimal -MyInteger Tim Cottee
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Firstly the hundredths place is the 2nd digit after the decimal point not the first. Hundreds, Tens, Ones (DECIMAL) Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths. 2ndly NEVER add extra 0's after
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