Compare two revisions of: Rounding

... ... @@ -49,12 +49,12 @@ Logically displayprecision ≥ correctorprecision
49 49 ```LaTeX
50 50 \correctorprecision{4}
51 51 % The following is NOT allowed,
52 -% since displayprecision (default 2) is now smaller then the correctorprecision
52 +% since displayprecision (default 2) is now smaller than the correctorprecision
53 53 ```
54 54 <div class="alert green">
55 55 When a function was created using the calculate option, the precision defined with the above command will be ignored.
56 56 This is because computations should not be rounded if they are not visible to the user. In case you do want to
57 - display calculated value then set the precision within the function command. Again this value should be ≥ then
57 + display calculated value then set the precision within the function command. Again this value should be ≥ than
58 58 the corrector precision.
59 59 </div>
60 60 <div class="alert green">
... ... @@ -66,5 +66,5 @@ places. You can do the following: (two options)
66 66 ```LaTeX
67 67 \randdouble{a}{0}{10}
68 68 \function[calculate]{a1}{floor(a)} % truncated
69 - \function[calculate]{a2}{floor(a+0.5)} % rounded, no decimal places
69 + \function[calculate]{a2}{floor(a+0.5)} % rounded to integers
70 70 ```
71 71