## decimal places in formula

Dear all.
I have created a formula to work out heat energy input for welding.
My problem is that it is giving me too many decimal places.
I have tried all of the usual things in format etc but now am at a loss.
The formula is =((H40*K40*60)/(P40*1000))&"-"&((I40*L40*60)/(O40*1000)) which give multiple decimal places.
How do I round it down to 1?
I need a result such as 0.8-2.1
regards
Lew

## Solutions to the Problem decimal places in formula

hi Lew.
by combining them, it's a text & no longer a number (hence you cannot format cells).
add a ROUND formula to each individual calculation.
=ROUND((H40*K40*60)/(P40*1000),1)&"-"&ROUND((I40*L40*60)/(O40*1000),1)

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