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display calculated value then set the precision within the function command. Again this value should be ≥ than 
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the corrector precision. 
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 If you want to display numbers calculated from a function rounded to smaller digits than the corrector precision, you 
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 can use the floor function to achieve that. 
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+`{latex}\function[calculate, <number>]{<var>}{<expression>}` will calculate the `<expression>` and round the result according to the value of `<number>` . The option `<number>`, should only be used when you want to display the result of the calculated function on the screen. If `<number>` is not provided calculate will result in a number with an accuracy of up to 16 digits (default) behind the decimal mark. 

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+Alternatively, if you want to display numbers calculated from a function rounded to smaller digits than the corrector precision, you can use the floor function to achieve that. 
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**Example** 
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