# CEILING.MATH

The CEILING.MATH function rounds a number up to the nearest multiple of a specified significance. This function is useful for scenarios where you need to round numbers up to a specific multiple, such as for pricing calculations or quantity constraints.

## Syntax

=CEILING.MATH(`number`, `significance`)

When you find yourself in need of rounding numbers up to a specific multiple, CEILING.MATH in Excel comes to the rescue. Whether you're handling financial calculations or operational constraints, this function proves to be an essential tool for upward rounding requirements, ensuring that your results align with the necessary granularity and precision. Simply provide the number to be rounded and specify the significance or multiple, and CEILING.MATH takes care of the rest, delivering a value rounded up to the nearest specified multiple. It offers flexibility in handling various scenarios, adding efficiency to your computational endeavors, and contributing to the accuracy of your outputs.

## Examples

Suppose you need to round the number 548 up to the nearest multiple of 50. The CEILING.MATH formula would be: =CEILING.MATH(548, 50). This will return the result as 550.

If you have the number 1234 and you want to round it up to the nearest multiple of 100, you can use the following CEILING.MATH formula: =CEILING.MATH(1234, 100). The result will be 1300.

## Notes

The CEILING.MATH function always rounds up, ensuring that the result is equal to or greater than the original number. When using this function, ensure that the specified significance is appropriate for the context of your calculations.

## Questions

What does the CEILING.MATH function do?

The CEILING.MATH function rounds a number up to the nearest multiple of a specified significance. It ensures that the result is equal to or greater than the original number.

In what scenarios is the CEILING.MATH function useful?

The CEILING.MATH function is useful in situations where you need to round numbers up to a specific multiple, such as in pricing calculations, quantity constraints, or any scenario that requires values to be rounded up to a defined granularity.

Can you provide an example of using the CEILING.MATH function?

Sure! If you have the number 98 and you want to round it up to the nearest multiple of 10, you can use the following CEILING.MATH formula: =CEILING.MATH(98, 10). The result will be 100.