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To round a number to at most two decimal places, you can use the `Math.round()`

method. This method takes a number as an argument and returns the rounded value. For example, if you want to round the number 1.005 to two decimal places, you would use the following code:

`Math.round(1.005 * 100) / 100`

This will return the rounded value of 1.01.

If you want to ensure that the number is rounded correctly, you can use the `Number.EPSILON`

constant. This constant is a small number that is used to ensure that the rounding is accurate. To use it, you would use the following code:

`Math.round((1.005 + Number.EPSILON) * 100) / 100`

This will also return the rounded value of 1.01.

- stackoverflow.comquestionshow-to-round-to-at-most-2-decimal-places-if-necessaryHow to round to at most 2 decimal places, if necessary15.1k
- developer.mozilla.orgMathroundMath.round() - JavaScript | MDN5.2k
- developer.mozilla.orgNumberEPSILONNumber.EPSILON - JavaScript | MDN2.2k

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