Math and trigonometry
INT Function
Rounds a number down to the nearest integer
by
Charley Kyd, MBA Microsoft Excel MVP, 20052014
The Father of Spreadsheet Dashboard Reports

Syntax
INT(number)
Applies To
Excel 2003 and above.
A Note About
"Rounding"
In Excel, numbers can "round" in two ways.
First, they can round up or down. With this type of rounding,
numbers
get larger when they are rounded up, and smaller when they are
rounded down.
Second, numbers can round towards zero or away from zero.
When positive numbers are rounded towards zero, they get
smaller; when negative numbers are rounded towards zero, they get larger.
Although Microsoft uses "round up" and "round down" to
describe both types of rounding, we use "round up" or "round
down" to describe the first type of rounding. And we use "round
towards zero" or "round away from zero" to describe the second
type.
Examples
You can
download this example workbook here,
along with all other example workbooks I've completed for this
Excel help area.
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