Welcome to round to the nearest whole number, our article which discusses the rounding of numbers to the nearest integer, along with examples.In this article you can also find a state-of-the-art rounding calculator a few lines below.Additionally included is a related quiz. If you are happy with our information, please hit the share buttons.
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Round to the Nearest Whole Number Calculator
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What is the Nearest Whole Number?The nearest whole number of a decimal number is the value of that number once it has been rounded to the nearest integer (a number without decimals or fractional parts, such as -1,0,1,2, …) depending on the value of the first digit (tenths place which is located one place to the right of the decimal point).
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you round to the nearest whole number?
If the value of the tenths place is less than five, simply remove the decimal point and all decimals. Else, increase the whole number ones place value by 1, then remove the decimal point and the digits to the right of it.
What does it mean to round to the nearest whole number?
It means determining the integer, a number without decimal places or fractional parts, which is closest to the number you start with.
How do you round a fraction to the nearest whole number?
If the nominator of the proper fraction is equal or greater than half the denominator, round up to the nearest integer. Else round down.
What is 3.5 rounded to the nearest whole number?
As the first decimal place value of 3.5 is 5, increase the digit in the whole numbers ones place by 1, and then remove the decimal separator and all digits after the whole number’s place: 3.5 → 4.
How do you round a decimal to a whole number?
If the first digit after the decimal point is less than 5, round down to the nearest integer. Else round up.
How to Round to the Nearest Whole NumberTo round a decimal number to the nearest whole number, check the value of its tenths. If the value is equal to 5 or greater, increase the value in the whole numbers ones place by 1 and then remove the decimal point as well as all digits. If the value is equal to 4 or less, simply remove all the digits and the decimal separator.For example:
- 3.27: The tenths’ value is 2, so we round down: 3.27 → 3
- 1.9: The tenths’ value is 9, so we round up: 1.9 → 2
- 7 Nothing to be done, the tenths’ value is 0.
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