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2012-11-08 10:29:21 -0600 | commented answer | formatting numbers in sagetex Yes, that would work for this example, but what in the general case \sage{x} where x is the result of some calculation I can't just call .n(6) on the result because there are non-numeric variables. Does this mean that I should call .n on all the floating point numbers as they enter into the calculation? |

2012-11-08 07:57:18 -0600 | asked a question | formatting numbers in sagetex If I put (for example) \sage{1.2*V} in my .tex file the resulting pdf has 1.20000000000000 V How can I tell it to not print trailing zeros? Thanks. |

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