Re: Question and Answer Thread
It's not flawed, really.
In math, you're taught that if you have a number five or higher you round up.
My example, 3.15, would round to 3.2. But, if you were basing it on whole numbers only - no decimals, you'd ignore the five and look at the one. Since it's lower than five, it rounds down to 3.0, effectively 3 :) That's why I said ultimately it rounds down to 3 - I just didn't explain it too well. My bad ^^' *Not the best explainer sometimes and yes that is a new word*
But I get what you are saying. It'll kill me regardless, but I can easily round up. Just have to remember ASB is different from Calculus XD Thanks for answering my question because I like double-checking~