# Rounding Decimals to Nearest Cent?

## Answer

Rounding decimals to the nearest cent is the same as one saying to round decimals to the nearest hundredth. If the number five or more, then you will want to round up, but if the number is four or less then you will want to round down. For example, if you have something that costs \$10.99, and you want to round to the nearest cent then it would be \$11.00, but if something costs \$10.92, then it would be \$10.90. There are many rounding calculators available for free that will allow you to enter the numbers you want to round, and they will allow you to choose which way to round the numbers.
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