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Joseph wants to estimate 1 3/7 * 5 4/5 To estimate, he simplifies the expression 1 1/2 * 6 Is Joseph’s estimate an underestimate or an overestimate?
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@Xyeana
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plz somone ill give a medal
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someone plz i need help
anonymous
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im on it...
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:(
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re
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oh ok
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thx :)
ravege
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underestimate
anonymous
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how?
anonymous
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An underestimate is an estimate that is less than the actual answer to a problem.
anonymous
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thx can u help me with 2 more?
anonymous
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sure?
anonymous
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Bilal was 60 1/16 in. tall. Then he grew 3 1/8 in. Which expression should Bilal use to estimate how many inches tall he is now?
anonymous
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What I would do is round. So, 60 and 1/16 would most likely be rounded to 60, and 3 1/8 would most likely be rounded to 3. If you want to know how much he grew, then you would add.
anonymous
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so 63?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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wait let me put the mutiple choice answers
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A. 60 1/2 * 3 B. 60 1/2 + 3 1/2 C. 60 * 3 D. 60+ 3
anonymous
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would it be d?
anonymous
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again If you want to know how much he grew, then you would add. So Im guessing that your answer is D) 60 + 3
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thx i knew it
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last one
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hello?
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A trail is 3 2/10 km long. Cassidy has run 9/10 of the distance of the trail. About how far has Cassidy run? Estimate by first rounding each number to the nearest 1/2 . A. 2km B. 3km C. 4km D. 7km
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ok
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math overload!
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3 km b is your answer
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thx
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