You can round up or round down and you can specify to how many decimal places you want your accuracy. Generally speaking you will round down a digit if it is below 5 and round up otherwise. An example 6.439354 rounded to 2 decimal places is 6.44 and rounded to 3 decimal places is 6.439.
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