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How to round number to nearest 5/10/50/100 in Excel?

Author: Sun Last Modified: 2020-04-27

Sometimes, you may want to convert numbers to nearest 5/10/50/100 for calculation in Excel. This Tutorial provides some simple formulas to round numbers to nearest specific number, and also introduce the formulas to round numbers to next or last nearest one.
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Round numbers to nearest 5

 


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Round to nearest 5/10/50/100

Round to nearest 5 =ROUND(A2/5,0)*5
Round to nearest 10 =ROUND(A2/10,0)*10
Round to nearest 50 =ROUND(A2/50,0)*50
Round to nearest 100 =ROUND(A2/100,0)*100

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Note:

You also can use this formula =MROUND(A2,5) to round numbers to nearest 5.

Round to next nearest 5/10/50/100

Round to next nearest 5 =ROUNDUP(A2/5,0)*5
Round to next nearest 10 =ROUNDUP(A2/10,0)*10
Round to next nearest 50 =ROUNDUP(A2/50,0)*50
Round to next nearest 100 =ROUNDUP(A2/100,0)*100

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Round to last nearest 5/10/50/100

Round to last nearest 5 =ROUNDDOWN(A2/5,0)*5
Round to last nearest 10 =ROUNDDOWN(A2/10,0)*10
Round to last nearest 50 =ROUNDDOWN(A2/50,0)*50
Round to last nearest 100 =ROUNDDOWN(A2/100,0)*100

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may i know how to set a formula which include 2 criteria, 1/2 remain 1/2 and every 3/4 round up to 1, e.g. 3/4->1, 1-3/4->2, 2-3/4->3
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I want to round up in the same columm,

Example : 1201 to be 1250
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I want to round up or down decimal places in the same columm,

Example : 12.49 to be 12 and 12.50 to be 13
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I want to generate an IF formula that will help me round up or down decimals in the same column

example :

Cell A1 ----- 6.13 want it to round up to 6.49
Cell A2 ----- 6.74 want it to round up to 6.79
Cell A3 ----- 6.84 want it to round down to 6.79
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Sorry, Jose, I do not understand your round up and down rule.
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I want to generate an IF formula that will help me round up or down decimals in the same column

example :

Cell A1 ----- 6.13 want it to round up to 6.49
Cell A2 ----- 6.74 want it to round up to 6.79
Cell A3 ----- 6.84 want it to round down to 6.79
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HOW TO ROUNDUP 2.5 =5 AND 7.8=10
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Use this formula =mround("cell address where 2.5 or 7.8 is written in the excel sheet",5) i.e. if 2.5 is written in cell A1 then =mround(a1,5) and if 7.8 is written in cell B1 then =mround(b1,5)
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Sorry I have no idea.
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i need formula that will write 95000 as 90000 or 87000 as 80000, if figure 89000 then it should be 90000.
Means only 9 or above then should mround to 10 otherwise not
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You can go to our forum to submit your question, someone may answer you. https://www.extendoffice.com/forum.html
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HOW TO ROUND 50.49 =50 AND 50.50=60 AND 90.49=90 AND 90.50=100
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Hello, you just need this formula =ROUND(reference, 0).
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well articulated article, worked for me thanks
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Can I use this in a formula? For example, I want the formula =(C118*D118)+50, but I want the answer to round up to the nearest five. So if C118 is 216, and D118 is 13, I want 2808 + 50 to round up to 2860. I'd like to to it all in the same column rather than adding a column. Thanks!
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use this formula =ceiling((c118*d118)+50,10)
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