# ROUNDUP

Formulas / ROUNDUP
Rounds a number up to a specified number of decimal places
`ROUNDUP(number, num_digits)`
• number - the number to round up
• num_digits - the place where numbers should be rounded

## Examples

• `=ROUNDUP(A1,1)`

The ROUNDUP function can be used to round a number up to the first decimal place. For example, this will round A1 to the first decimal place. This is useful for when you need to quickly round a number to the nearest tenth.

• `=ROUNDUP(A1,0)`

The ROUNDUP function can also be used to round a number up to the nearest whole number. This example, will round A1 to the nearest whole number. This is useful for when you need to quickly round a number up to a single value.

• `=ROUNDUP(A1,-1)`

The ROUNDUP function can also be used to round a number up to the nearest ten. This example, will round A1 to the nearest ten. This is useful for when you need to quickly round a number to 10, 20, 30 and so on.

## Summary

The ROUNDUP function rounds up all numbers, not just numbers five or greater, to a given decimal place.

• The ROUNDUP function takes two arguments: the number to be rounded, and the number of digits to round to. If num_digits is negative, the number is rounded to the right side of the decimal.
• ROUNDUP always rounds numbers up, regardless of the number to be rounded. 