You can round a number up using the `math.ceil()`

function from the `math`

module.

This function takes a single argument, which is the number you want to round up, and returns the smallest integer greater than or equal to that number. Here’s how you can use it:

```
import math
number = 5.3
rounded_up = math.ceil(number)
print(rounded_up) # This will print 6
```

Code language: Python (python)

In this example, `math.ceil(5.3)`

rounds up the number 5.3 to the smallest integer greater than or equal to 5.3, which is 6.

If you want to round up to a specific number of decimal places, you can combine `math.ceil()`

with some arithmetic. For example, if you want to round up to two decimal places:

```
import math
number = 5.345
rounded_up = math.ceil(number * 100) / 100
print(rounded_up) # This will print 5.35
```

Code language: Python (python)

In this case, we multiply the number by 100 to move the desired decimal places to the units position, round up using `math.ceil()`

, and then divide by 100 to get the rounded-up result with two decimal places.

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