Truncates a number to a certain number of significant digits by omitting less significant digits.

1. What does the TRUNC function do?

2. How is the TRUNC formula written?

The TRUNC formula can be

1. Confusing the TRUNC formula with the ROUND formula, which is used to round numbers rather than truncate them.

2. Trying to use the TRUNC formula on a non-numeric value.

1. Forgetting the second argument that indicates the number of decimal places.

2. Passing too large of a second argument which causes the output to truncate more numbers than expected.

1. Forgetting to include the number of decimal places as a second argument.

2. Forgetting to include a comma between the two arguments.

1. Thinking that the TRUNC function will round the number rather than just truncate it.

2. Thinking that the TRUNC function can be used on non-numeric values.

**Common questions about the TRUNC formula include:**1. What does the TRUNC function do?

2. How is the TRUNC formula written?

**The TRUNC formula can be appropriately used**to truncate the value of a number to a certain length or decimal place.The TRUNC formula can be

**commonly mistyped**by missing a comma between the two arguments, or by writing TRUNK instead of TRUNC.**Some common ways that the TRUNC formula is used inappropriately include:**1. Confusing the TRUNC formula with the ROUND formula, which is used to round numbers rather than truncate them.

2. Trying to use the TRUNC formula on a non-numeric value.

**Common pitfalls when using the TRUNC formula include:**1. Forgetting the second argument that indicates the number of decimal places.

2. Passing too large of a second argument which causes the output to truncate more numbers than expected.

**Common mistakes when using the TRUNC Formula include:**1. Forgetting to include the number of decimal places as a second argument.

2. Forgetting to include a comma between the two arguments.

**Common misconceptions people might have with the TRUNC Formula include:**1. Thinking that the TRUNC function will round the number rather than just truncate it.

2. Thinking that the TRUNC function can be used on non-numeric values.