The adjective calculated means planned, carefully thought out or worked out by a mathematical computation.
Synonyms are deliberate, premeditated, measured, or intentional.
The word origins from 1722, meaning “suited, apt” and from 1796, meaning “devised beforehand”. It came from calculate + ed, past-participle adjective from calculate.
His every move was calculated and his plan was perfect.
The officer had to make a calculated decision.
The celebrity couple made a calculated decision to announce their relationship to the public.