# I'm trying to take a number add 10% and then round up to the nearst 10th

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Example the number is 74 so I want to add 10% and then round up so my total would be 90

74*10% = 7.4

74+7.4 = 81.4

Roundup to 90

I'm using =MROUND(ROUNDUP([Estimated number of participants]@row * 0.1) + ([Estimated number of participants]@row), 10)

but its returning 80. Formulas are not my strong suite and guess how to rewrite this?

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Hi Connie, is this what you're looking for?

=ROUNDUP([Estimated number of participants]@row * 1.1 / 10) * 10

It takes your number, adds 10%, then divides that by 10. Then rounds up the nearest integer and multiplies that by 100.

= 74

= 74+7.4 = 81.4

= 8.14

= 9

=9*10 = 90

Ryan Sides

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Hi Connie, is this what you're looking for?

=ROUNDUP([Estimated number of participants]@row * 1.1 / 10) * 10

It takes your number, adds 10%, then divides that by 10. Then rounds up the nearest integer and multiplies that by 100.

= 74

= 74+7.4 = 81.4

= 8.14

= 9

=9*10 = 90

Ryan Sides

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This is fantastic! You are my hero :)

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Whoop whoop!

have a great weekend.

Ryan Sides

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