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Please help ASAP! Use rounding or compatible numbers to estimate each product or quotient. 1) 5 x 2 3/5 A. About 10 B. About 10 3/5 C. About 12 D. About 15 2) 25 7/8 (divided by) 2 8/9 A. About 9 B. About 10 C. About 11 D. About 12 3) Mr. Garcia's class ate 3 2/3 pizzas, Mrs. Rizzoli's class ate 4 1/8 pizzas, and Mrs. Tindal's class ate 3 1/4 pizzas. Use benchmarks to estimate the total number of pizzas eaten by all three classes. A. About 9 B. About 10 C. About 11 D. About 12

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    Woah I some of you guys are smarter than me😂👊🏽

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