Python's round() function requires two arguments. First is the number to be rounded. Second argument decides the number of decimal places to which it is rounded. To round the number to 2 decimals, give second argument as 2. If third digit after decimal point is greater than 5, last digit is increased by 1.
>>> round(1.4756,2) 1.48 >>> round(1.3333,2) 1.33