**Common questions about FLOOR formula:**

- What is the purpose of the FLOOR formula?

- How can the FLOOR formula be used effectively?

- How can the FLOOR formula be specified appropriately for a specific purpose?

**How can the FLOOR formula be used appropriately?**

- FLOOR can be used to round a value down to the nearest integer, or to a specified value.

- To round a value to the nearest integer, use the syntax =FLOOR(value,0).

- To round a value down to a specified value, replace 0 with the desired value.

**How can the FLOOR formula be commonly mistyped?**

- The FLOOR formula can be mistyped by omitting the comma or entering a wrong value for the second argument.

**What are some common ways the FLOOR formula is used inappropriately?**

- The FLOOR formula should not be used to round values up, as it will always round down to the nearest value.

- The FLOOR formula should not be used to round numbers to the nearest significant figure since it only takes the decimal places preceding the comma into consideration.

**What are some common pitfalls when using the FLOOR formula?**

- Using the wrong argument for the ‘number’ parameter, such as including the minus sign or using a text value

- Setting the precision to an incorrect value

- Trying to round to a non-integer number

**What are common mistakes when using the FLOOR Formula?**

- Not accounting for decimals when specifying the value of ‘number’

- Not taking into account sign (negative or positive) when specifying the value of ‘number’

- Not specifying a precision level when using the FLOOR formula

**What are common misconceptions people might have with the FLOOR Formula?**

- FLOOR is the same as ROUNDUP - this is not true, as FLOOR will always round down to the nearest value, while ROUND will round up or down to the nearest value.

- FLOOR only applies to integers - this is not true as FLOOR can round decimal numbers to the closest integer.