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Hi there,

           I am using this average function where I am getting 18.526000. How would I truncate so that the average value comes out 18.52. This means I want to have only two digits after the decimal.

SELECT Round(AVG(CONVERT(decimal, DateDiff(d, Date_To_Media, Date_Given_to_Acctg))),2) AS Average
  FROM [Discrepancy]
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SELECT CAST( Round(AVG(CONVERT(decimal, DateDiff(d, Date_To_Media, Date_Given_to_Acctg))),2) as NMERIC(10,2) )  AS Average
  FROM [Discrepancy]
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