## Math.ceil() Method in JS – How to Round Up Numbers

The Math.ceil() method rounds up its argument to the nearest integer.

The Math.ceil() method rounds up its argument to the nearest integer.

The Math.floor() method rounds down its argument to the nearest integer.

The Math.random() method generates random numbers between zero (inclusive) and one (exclusive).

Learn the differences between a number, numeral, digit, and character.

Number.isInteger() checks if its argument is an integer. If so, it returns true. Otherwise, the method returns false.

The Number() global method converts its argument to a Number type or NaN.

The parseInt() global method parses and converts its string argument from its radix state to a decimal integer.

Radix indicates the number of unique digits from zero that you can use to express numbers in a standard positional numeral system.

toString() converts a number to a string of a specified radix.