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Can you check these last two sentences, please?

1)The old man’s eye was open, which made the narrator angry. However, he kept still and said nothing.
2) When he wakes up he can see the size of his prison and realizes that the pit is about half the size he had calculated (OR calculated?).

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    1. OK

    2. "he calculated"

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