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Round to $n$ significant digits

Theory

Round to significant digits

It is not unusual to round a value to a specific number of significant digits. All non-zero digits are significant, and zeros are significant in the following scenarios.

  • If they are in-between other significant digits, e.g.
  • If they are in the end of a decimal number, e.g.