 # Question: How Do You Round To 3 Decimal Places?

## What is 2.738 to 2 decimal places?

To do that, you must look at the 8 , and see if it is larger then 5, or less than 5.

Since it is larger than, you can round the 38 up to 40 .

So now the number you have is 2.740 , but since the 0 does not need to be included, you have 2.74 , which is 2 decimal places..

## How do you round decimals in SAS?

Rounding on Decimals In general, the SAS ROUND-function rounds the first argument to the nearest multiple of the second argument. So, if the second argument is 0.1, then SAS rounds to 1 decimal place. If the second argument is 0.01, then SAS round to 2 decimal places, etc.

## What are the decimal place values?

The first digit after the decimal represents the tenths place. The next digit after the decimal represents the hundredths place. The remaining digits continue to fill in the place values until there are no digits left.

## How do you round multiple decimals?

To round a number to the nearest tenth , look at the next place value to the right (the hundredths). If it’s 4 or less, just remove all the digits to the right. If it’s 5 or greater, add 1 to the digit in the tenths place, and then remove all the digits to the right.

## Does 3 round up or down?

If the number you are rounding is followed by 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, round the number down. Example: 33 rounded to the nearest ten is 30.

## What does 3 decimal places look like?

“Three decimal places” is the same as “the nearest thousandth.” So, for example, if you are asked to round 3.264 to two decimal places it means the same as if your are asked to round 3.264 to the nearest hundredth. Some questions, like the example below, will ask you to “show your answer correct to two decimal places.”

## What does two decimal places look like?

4.732 rounded to 2 decimal places would be 4.73 (because it is the nearest number to 2 decimal places). 4.737 rounded to 2 decimal places would be 4.74 (because it would be closer to 4.74). 4.735 is halfway between 4.73 and 4.74, so it is rounded up: 4.735 rounded to 2 decimal places is 4.74.

## What does correct to 1 decimal place mean?

One decimal place to the left of the decimal point is the ones place. One decimal place to the right of the decimal place is the tenths place.