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Rounddown Function | Syntax | How to Use | Examples

Have you ever had to round down a number in Excel for a large dataset manually? But **how to do a rounddown function in Excel?** Believe it or not, Microsoft Excel would make this function much easier.

So, without further ado, let’s take a look at how you can create round downs in your spreadsheets using the Rounddown function.

The ROUNDDOWN function in Excel rounds a number down to a specific number of decimal places, taking it down to the next valid increment.

ROUNDDOWN(number, num_of_digits)

Where:

- Number: is the number that should be rounded.
- Num-of-digits: indicates how many places the decimal place or place value should round down to.

=ROUNDDOWN(number,num_of_digits)

The ROUNDDOWN function shows the last decimal digit as it is, without rounding up any digit that comes after.

We understand it can be a little confusing, so let us take up a couple of examples of how this goes

A ROUNDDOWN function can be used in 3 ways:

Let us consider an example for each scenario.

Let us consider a dataset as shown in the image below.

Since we are rounding down all numbers to zero decimal place, num_of_digits for all the numbers will be 0.

Once you open the ROUNDDOWN function, a dialog box appears as shown below.

2. Enter the cell numbers in the number & num_of_digits box as shown in the image. Alternately, you can add the decimal value directly to num_digits.

3. The resulting number in the C2 cell will be rounded to 0 decimal places.

4. Use CTRL + D to copy the formula from the first cell to the last cell.

Let us consider the same dataset as in example 1 and change the decimal points to numbers as shown in the image below.

Repeat the same procedure using the =ROUNDDOWN(B2,C2) formula, and you can find the decimal points rounded down to the numbers as shown.

Previously, we discussed that a negative value for num_of_digits rounds down the digit to the left of decimal places.

Let us consider the following example.

Using the same formula, we can see the numbers rounded to the left of the decimal point.

We hope this article was helpful to you.

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