Rounds a number down to the nearest integer multiple of specified significance, with negative numbers rounding toward or away from 0 depending on the mode.

**Common questions about the FLOOR.MATH formula include:**- what the function does
- what options are available
- what inputs are needed

**The FLOOR.MATH formula can be used appropriately**to round a number to the nearest integer (whole number). This can be helpful in sorting out or calculating the amounts of certain items.

People

**commonly mistype**the function as “FLOOR.Math” or “FLOOR.math”, instead of “FLOOR.MATH”.

**Some common ways the FLOOR.MATH formula is used inappropriately**include using the formula in cases where other formulas are better suited for the task, or using it incorrectly on data that should not be rounded.

**Some common pitfalls**when using the FLOOR.MATH formula are overlooking the impact the function has on the data by not properly understanding the data type a certain figure represents, or the consequences of rounding.

**Common mistakes**when using the FLOOR.MATH formula involve misusing the function by not providing the proper number of arguments, or mistyping the function name or any of the arguments.

**Common misconceptions**people might have with the FLOOR.MATH formula is that it always rounds up, instead of to the nearest integer.