return int(math.ceil(x / 100.0)) * 100
materials_in_kgs = [12750000,6090000,5420000,2050000,1340000,86000,18000,20000,59000,2000,3000,1000]
materials_in_lbs = [i*2.204 for i in materials_in_kgs]
materials_in_lbs_rounded = [roundup(i) for i in materials_in_lbs]
And yeah, the last two zero is fishy, I first tried to do a simple round, and wondered where's the extra 600. It's always fun to write it in a different language:
100×+/⌈.01×2.204×12750000 6090000 5420000 2050000 1340000 86000 18000 20000 59000 2000 3000 1000
What language is that?
How do you suggest that I make it clear? Keybase doesn't allow for G+ verification.