Challenge Question Answers:

6.283

Floor: 6.0

Ceiling: 7.0

1 Decimal Place:

Floor: 6.2

Ceiling: 6.3

2 Decimal Places:

Floor: 6.28

Ceiling: 6.29

Challenge Question Answers:

6.283

Floor: 6.0

Ceiling: 7.0

1 Decimal Place:

Floor: 6.2

Ceiling: 6.3

2 Decimal Places:

Floor: 6.28

Ceiling: 6.29

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I think itâ€™s important to note that floor and ceiling only return an integer. So you wouldnâ€™t have a floor or ceiling with a decimal

Excellent point, HenRMJ. The challenge was to calculate it to 1 and 2 decimal places, though. Not sure if that means they should all just be â€śzeroâ€ť.

If we were seeking a decimal value we could just multiple it by 10 or 100 and then divide by the same.

```
Example:
a = Math.Floor(6.283 * 10) / 10
a = Math.Ceil(6.283 * 10) / 10
a = Math.Floor(6.283 * 100) / 100
a = Math.Ceil(6.283 * 100) / 100
```