# Round to Nearest Multiple Calculator

## Calculator Use

Use this rounding calculator to round a number to the nearest multiple. You can round a number up or down to the nearest 2, 4, 5, 10, 50, etc. You can also round to the nearest tenth, hundredth, thousandth, etc. multiple in a decimal place.

This calculator rounds to the nearest multiple up or down similar to the Excel MROUND() function. Enter two positive numbers or two negative numbers.

## Rounding to the Nearest Multiple

Suppose you wanted to round off the money value of $76.225. The final result depends on which multiple you're rounding to. Rounding 76.225:

- Round to the nearest ten dollars or multiple of 10:

round up to 80.00 - Round to the nearest five dollars or multiple of 5:

round down to 75.00 - Round to the nearest dollar or multiple of 1:

round down to 76.00 - Round to the nearest 25 cents or multiple of 0.25:

round up to 76.25 - Round to the nearest 10 cents or multiple of 0.10:

round down to 76.20 - Round to the nearest 5 cents or multiple of 0.05:

round up to 76.25 - Round to the nearest cent or multiple of 0.01:

round up to 76.23

## Related Calculators

To learn about the basic rules of rounding see our Rounding Numbers Calculator. Round to whole numbers or decimals such as tenths, hudredths, thousandths, and more.

## Rounding with Excel MROUND()

The Excel MROUND() function rounds to the nearest multiple, but in some cases the outcomes might be different than you expect. See, for example, "Wrong Calculation with MROUND Function" at www.office-archive.com.

Excel is inconsistent rounding results when applying MROUND(). You can overcome this issue by first applying ROUND() as shown in the table below.

MROUND(X,0.01)

MROUND(ROUND(X,0.01),2)

**76.2250**

**76.22**

**76.23**