Showing minutes as decimal hours is not possible without rounding the decimal value. To make work time reports easier to read, the hours as a decimal number are rounded to two decimal places.

In addition to this, it is good to be aware that the values shown in the reports always come from the total number of hours and minutes, which are presented as a rounded decimal number. Reports do not sum rounded decimals.

For example the following work hours

- Mon - 1 hour 31 minutes
- Tue - 1 hour 31 minutes
- Wed - 1 hour 31 minutes
- Thu - 1 hour 31 minutes
- Fri - 1 hour 31 minutes

Would be shown on *Work hours* > *Reports* > *Realised work hours* report as follows:

The total hours worked is calculated from the exact number of hours and minutes instead of adding up the decimal numbers shown on the report. The total hours worked in hours and minutes is 7 hours 35 minutes. The value as a rounded decimal number is 7.58 hours.

If the decimal numbers shown on the report were added together, the total hours worked would be 7.60 hours. This would be one minute more than the actual total hours worked.

## Rounding table

Rounding of minutes to hours as a decimal value is done according to the following table:

Minutes | Decimal hours |
---|---|

1 | 0.02 |

2 | 0.03 |

3 | 0.05 |

4 | 0.07 |

5 | 0.08 |

6 | 0.10 |

7 | 0.12 |

8 | 0.13 |

9 | 0.15 |

10 | 0.17 |

11 | 0.18 |

12 | 0.20 |

13 | 0.22 |

14 | 0.23 |

15 | 0.25 |

16 | 0.27 |

17 | 0.28 |

18 | 0.30 |

19 | 0.32 |

20 | 0.33 |

21 | 0.35 |

22 | 0.37 |

23 | 0.38 |

24 | 0.40 |

25 | 0.42 |

26 | 0.43 |

27 | 0.45 |

28 | 0.47 |

29 | 0.48 |

30 | 0.50 |

31 | 0.52 |

32 | 0.53 |

33 | 0.55 |

34 | 0.57 |

35 | 0.58 |

36 | 0.60 |

37 | 0.62 |

38 | 0.63 |

39 | 0.65 |

40 | 0.67 |

41 | 0.68 |

42 | 0.70 |

43 | 0.72 |

44 | 0.73 |

45 | 0.75 |

46 | 0.77 |

47 | 0.78 |

48 | 0.80 |

49 | 0.82 |

50 | 0.83 |

51 | 0.85 |

52 | 0.87 |

53 | 0.88 |

54 | 0.90 |

55 | 0.92 |

56 | 0.93 |

57 | 0.95 |

58 | 0.97 |

59 | 0.98 |