Following the same logic, one could round to the nearest whole number. For example, 1.5 (pronounced as "one point

**five**" or "**one and a half**") would be rounded up to**2**, and**2.1**would be rounded down to**2**.Also, what does it mean to round to the nearest dollar?

Rounding to the

**Nearest**Whole. You might have seen a word problem that asks you to round to the**nearest**mile or the**nearest dollar**. Let's check out some examples of rounding to the**nearest**whole. Example 1: Sheila spent $156.87.Round this to the**nearest dollar**.How do you round off to the nearest 5?

You also can use this formula =MROUND(A2,

**5**) to**round**numbers to**nearest 5**. 2. In the above formulas, A2 is the number you want to**round**, and**5**is the**nearest**number. If you want to**round**number to**nearest**10/50, you can change the formula to =**ROUND**(A2/10,0)*10 or =MROUND(A2,10), or =**ROUND**(A2/50,0)*50 or =MROUND(A2,50).What is the whole dollar method?

**Whole Dollar Method**, a

**method**of reporting

**dollar**amounts in which the fractional part of a

**dollar**is disregarded unless it amounts to one half

**dollar**or more, in which case the amount is rounded up to the next full

**dollar**.