2. Round a number up to two decimal places. 3. Round a number up to one decimal place. 4. Round a number up to the nearest integer. 5. Round a number up to the nearest 10. 6. Round a number up to the nearest 100. 7. Round a number up to the nearest 1000. 8. Round a negative number up to one decimal place. Bigquery Round Float To Two Decimal Places

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The decimal 0.023 has a zero in the tenths place, so it is less than one tenth (0.1). It decimal 0.023 has two hundredths. It also has 3 thousandths, so it is just past the 2 hundredths mark (three tenths past the mark). The decimal 0.05 has a zero in the tenths place, so it is less than one tenth (0.1). is bigger than 0.023, as it has more ...

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Jan 15, 2018 · One solution is obviously to reduce scale (i.e. decimal(38,10) vs. decimal(38,20) ). However, if the column contains numbers which typically have a scale of 15 and you reduce that to 8 (for example) then you are already truncating data and reducing overall accuracy. When I'm doing this over more than one record then differences start to creep ...