# ROUNDSIG

Rounds a number
to a specified number of significant figures.

## Syntax

**ROUNDSIG(number,
num_digits)**

**number**
- is the number you want to round.

**num_digits**
- specifies the number of significant figures to which you want to round number.

**Remark**

- Arguments that
are error values or text that cannot be translated into numbers cause errors.
See the third example below.
- If num_digits
is greater than 0 (zero), then numbers are rounded to the specified number
of decimal places.
- If num_digits
is 0, then numbers are rounded to the nearest integer.
- If num_digits
is less than 0, then numbers are rounded to the left of the decimal point.

**Examples**

ROUNDSIG(149.149,
1) equals 100

ROUNDSIG(149.149,
2) equals 150

ROUNDSIG(149.149,
3) equals 149

ROUNDSIG(149.149,
4) equals 149.1

ROUNDSIG(149.149,
5) equals 149.15

ROUNDSIG(149.149,
6) equals 149.149