# How do you round to the nearest cent

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danielfedorov02Rounding to the nearest cent is the same as rounding to the nearest hundredth. For example, if after solving some kind of problem you get $15.7734, then rounding it to the nearest cent will result in $15.77.

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SmilehhhhhFor example, round 3.46 to the nearest cent , we need to look at the hundredth and it's 6, so the answer will be 3.5. First, basic on what you need, looking at the percentile next to the one you want. If it's bigger than or equals 5, so we will round the number by increasing 1. When it's smaller than 5, the number will stay same. Thank you, hope it can give you some help!