# Rounding and Precision in EXCEL ### Round a number to first significant digit in EXCEL

Write a formula to round numbers to one significant figure. For example, 0,00234271 to 0.002, 0,01613 to 0.02. The same formula will round 233,64 to 200, 2563,6 to 3000.

### Format numbers in thousands or millions in Excel

If a cell contains a value greater than 1000, it is often not necessary to specify exact value, but rather to specify the number of thousands or millions to one decimal place and therefore reduction: thousand or million

### Get Decimal Part of a Number in EXCEL

Retrieve the number of 5,324 fractional part, i.e., 0,324, as well as its integer part.

### Rounding Excel time values

Round the time to the nearest 15 minutes.

### Separating Numbers into Millions, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Units in EXCEL

Retrieve the number of 123 456 789 units (789), tens (8) hundreds (7), thousand (456) and millions (123).

### Format EXCEL Numbers Greater Than 15 Digits

EXCEL stores and performs calculations with accuracy of 15 significant digits. Therefore, can not enter the 20-digit the number without having to EXCEL automatically rounded it up to 100 thousand Use text format to display such numbers.

### Numeric precision (15 digit limit) in Excel

the Reason for rounding off numerical values may be the limit of precision adopted in EXCEL.

### Round a number to nearest multiple in EXCEL

to Round to the nearest 0,01, 0,1, 1, 10, 100 is not difficult – for this there is a function round(). But if you want to round, for example, to the nearest multiple of 50?