TypeError int object is not callable

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This is the code :

from __future__ import division

a = 23
b = 45
c = 16

round((a/b)*0.9*c)

This is the error that I am getting as a result :

TypeError: 'int' object is not callable.

How can I round an integer? How Can I solve this?

May 8 in Python by Kichu
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