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dayboo3 Group Title

round $8.71 nearest dollar

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    8.00

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    it's 9

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    Values 5 or greater round up, 4 and less round down.

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    which value are you talking about espex?

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    I think he moved to another question but for rounding dollars always look at the cents and espex would be correct.

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    yes but you would start with the last decimal point, right?

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    in this case round 1 first then 7

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    The values are the ones that are right before the place you wish to round. In this case you are rounding to the nearest dollar, so look at the .1 position for your rounding indicator.

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    You would take 71 as a whole, it is greater than 50, thus it rounds to the next dollar.

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    thats 9

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