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# Python How to Round Numbers To round a number in Python, use the built-in `round()` function.

For example:

```x = round(2.33453)
print(x)```

Output:

`2`

To specify how many decimals you want to round, give a second argument to the `round()` function.

For example, let’s round a decimal to two decimal places:

```x = round(2.33453, 2)
print(x)```

Output:

`2.33`

## How to Round a Number Up

To round a number up to the nearest integer, use the `math` module’s `ceil()` function.

For example:

```import math

x = math.ceil(2.4213)
print(x)```

Output:

`3`

## How to Round a Number Down

To round a number down to the nearest integer, use the `math` module’s `floor()` function.

For example:

```import math

x = math.floor(2.4213)
print(x)```

Output:

`2`

## Conclusion

To round numbers in Python, use the `round()` function.

To round up to the nearest integer, use `math.ceil()`. To round down to the nearest integer, use `math.floor()`.

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