verb (used with object), re·cal·cu·lat·ed, re·cal·cu·lat·ing.
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The IRS will automatically recalculate the amount of taxes due and give you a refund if you overpaid, so long as your overall tax situation stays the same.
Teachers then grade the assignments and recalculate the kids’ marks — which means “those students can pass the class,” he said.Arlington public schools will offer five days of in-person school next fall|Hannah Natanson|March 12, 2021|Washington Post
With the new data in hand, Riess, Freedman and Madore and their teams have been able to recalculate the universe’s expansion rate.Astronomers Get Their Wish, and a Cosmic Crisis Gets Worse|Natalie Wolchover|December 17, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Every time a new individual or small party joins the scene, each available seat or table’s relative risk is recalculated based on its proximity to every occupied seat.How Does Your COVID-19 Risk Tolerance Compare to Others?|Chris Wilson|October 19, 2020|Time
Then, it recalculates the distance between two other special points on the bat.Why sports are becoming all about numbers — lots and lots of numbers|Silke Schmidt|May 21, 2020|Science News For Students
So the accountants had to go back, recalculate, and choose not to take nearly two million dollars in allowable deductions.Romney Cut Deductions on 2011 Taxes to Maintain Campaign Pledge|Daniel Gross|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Then, too, we must recalculate our visirays so that we can operate at greater range and efficiency.Spacehounds of IPC|Edward Elmer Smith