This must be a basic question. But i need some help.
What is the number of decimal places that needs to be considered normally in division operations in order to represent the dividend value as a multiple of divisor and quotient by rounding off.
Example: Say i want to divide 3475934 and 3475935 by 65536.
For first number: 3475934 / 65536 = 53.03854 So when I multiply the quotient with the divisor i get 3475933.75 which i am rounding of to 3475934
For second number: 3475935 / 65536 = 53.03855. And the result will be approximately 3475934.41. In this case if I round of i will be getting the same value again 3475934.
But, If I consider one more decimal place I can round of to the original value
Is it possible to somehow calculate the number of decimal places to be considered ?