Sunday, November 28, 2021

# Python round down

We all know that we can work with numerical values and our python programs. Working with these numerical values in our python program often comes around fractional values that can be changed into whole numbers. But how do we do this, and what options does python give us? #### How to Round down values up and down in python?

When we were python, programs could be round values, and we go from numerical values that contain decimal places to numerical values that are whole numbers. In this process, we lose some precision, but the rounded value is often more accessible for people to read and interpret. Python gives you three ways to turn a floating-point deal into an integer.

• The built-in () round function round the value up and down
• The Math. floor () function rounds down to the following Full integer
• The Math. ceil () function rounds up to the following Full integer
• Round values of and down python’s round () function

It helps in rounding values which consist of floating values up and down. There are two ways in which the user can use this function, the first option that the user can use is round values to a certain number of decimals, and the other chance that the person gets is to turn a  floating point value into a whole number. The round function round value of.

5 towards an even integer. So point .5 is rounded up for positive values and rounded down for negative values. For both instances, both 0.5 and -0.5 return 0, while when we round 1.5, the answer will be too and then be around -1.5, then the answer will be -2. The behavior of this function acts a little different from how rounding usually goes. When we round an integer, the function simply returns the whole number, and there is no chance of any errors, so we do not have to check the answer after the function’s arrangement.

#### Round down to next integer: python’s math. floor () function

Math. floor()  function returns to the floor value of its argument, which is the nearest integer less than or the integer equal to that argument’s value. This might sound abstract, but it is another way of saying that macro round down to the following whole numbers, so 7.8 becomes 7 and 5.4 is turned down into 5 and sends the function rounds down to the smaller value -8.2 becomes -9.