 # How to use the Excel MROUND function

Syntax:

=MROUND(number, multiple)

Number : around the number
Multiple : resulting number multiple of a number

The MROUND function returns a multiple of the given value (multiple) nearest to the number. Unlike ROUND function which just rounds off the number.

For example: =MROUND(10,3) returns 9 The functions finds the closest number to the 10 which is a multiple of 3.

Let’s understand this function using it an example. Here we have some numbers and its Multiple.

We need to find the multiple of 1 which is closest to 58.41.

Use the Formula:

=MROUND(A2,B2)

A2 : number
B2 : multiple We knew 58 will be the closest number to 58.41 which is multiple of 1.

Now copy the formula in the cell using shortcut key Ctrl + D. As you can see the function returns the multiple of the numbers

Hope you understood how to use MROUND function in Excel. Explore more articles on Excel ROUND function here. Please feel free to state your query or feedback for the above article.

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