# Rounding to the Nearest Hundredth Calculator

Rounding to the Nearest Hundredth Converter is a handy tool for students and learners aiming for precision in numerical values. Rounding to the nearest hundredth is a crucial skill in mathematics, especially when dealing with decimals. This converter simplifies the process, ensuring accuracy and making learning enjoyable. Our rounding to the nearest hundredth converter simplifies this process, making it easier for students and learners to grasp this fundamental concept.

### What is rounding to the nearest hundredth ?

Rounding to the nearest hundredth involves approximating a decimal number to the nearest value that ends in two decimal places. It helps in simplifying complex numbers and presenting them in a more manageable form.

### When is rounding to the nearest hundredth necessary ?

In various real-world applications, such as finance, measurements, and scientific calculations, precision is essential. Rounding to the nearest hundredth ensures that numbers are expressed with just the right level of accuracy for a given context.

### How to use the rounding to the nearest hundredth converter ?

To round a number to the nearest hundredth, follow this simple formula:

Identify the digit in the thousandth place.

If the digit in the thousandth place is 5 or greater, round the hundredth place up by 1.

If the digit in the thousandth place is less than 5, leave the hundredth place unchanged.

### Formula

`${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊Original Value × 100 + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$`

### Examples:

Example 1:

Original Value: 7.236

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊7.236 × 100 + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊723.6 + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{724.1}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

Rounded Value = 7.24

Example 2:

Original Value: 12.876

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊12.876 × 100 + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊1286.7 + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{1287.2}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

Rounded Value = 12.87

Example 3:

Original Value: 3.589

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊3.589 × 100 + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{⌊358.9. + 0.5⌋}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

${\text{Rounded Value}}_{}=\frac{{\text{359.4}}_{}}{{\text{100}}_{}}$

Rounded Value = 3.59