MROUND is the MATH & TRIGNOMETRY function in excel and is used to convert the number to the nearest multiple numbers of the given number. For example, =MROUND(50,7) will convert the number 50 to 49 because number 7 nearest multiple 49, in this case, it has rounded down to the nearest value. Similarly, if the formula is =MROUND(53,7) then this will convert the number 53 to 56 because multiple number 7 nearest number for number 53 is 56, in this, it has rounded up to nearest multiple values odd number 7.

As a financial analyst, the MROUND function helps round a number and eliminate the least significant digits, making it simpler but keeping close to the original value.

**Syntax**: =MROUND (number, multiple)

The MROUND function syntax has the following arguments:

**Number**Required. The value to round.-
**Multiple**Required. The multiple to which you want to round number.

**Example**: Let’s look at some Excel MROUND function examples and explore how to use the MROUND function as a worksheet function in Microsoft Excel:

**Example 1:**

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A2,B2)

**Result**:

Based on the Excel spreadsheet above, the following MROUND examples would return:

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A3,B3)**Result**: 8

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A4,B4)**Result**: 8

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A5,B5)**Result**: 3855

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A6,B6)**Result**: 4000

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A7,B7)**Result**: 3900

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A8,B8)**Result**: 6

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A9,B9)**Result**: 270

**Note**:

- If a number is already an exact multiple, no rounding occurs.
- Rounding occurs when the remainder from dividing
**number**by**multiple**is greater than or equal to half the value of**multiple** **Number**and**multiple**must have the same sign.- Common Errors

#NUM! – Occurs if the multiple argument has a different arithmetic sign (positive or negative) to the number argument.

#VALUE! – Occurs if any of the supplied arguments are non-numeric.

**Example 2: **

Let’s see how the MROUND function can be used to get a time rounded up to the nearest 45-minute interval. Suppose we are given the data below:

**Syntax**: =MROUND(A2,”0:45″)

**Result**: