# Triple dot notation

AlgebraKiT supports the triple dot notation for intermediate steps when a final answer needs to be rounded. This functionality is commonly used for unrounded values from the calculator with intermediate steps before giving the final rounded answer, e.g. $8 \times \frac{1}{9} = 8 \times 0.1111\ldots = 0.89$.

##### Note

Triple dot notation is not correct in case the result of the step/task needs to be exact. In case the answer with triple dots can be derived to a number, feedback is given that you are not allowed to write your answer in rounded form.