1.2 Estimation

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Published on August 7, 2008

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1.2 Estimation with Whole Numbers Estimate sums, differences, products, and quotients of whole numbers.

Remember! When you round, you look to the digit to the right. 5 or greater – round UP 4 or less – round DOWN

Clustering - estimating a sum when the addends are about the same.

1802 + 2182 + 1999 2000 + 2000 + 2000

Underestimate – an estimate that is less than the exact answer.

Overestimate – an estimate that is more than the exact answer.

Image Attributions Slide 1: Image: 'three_feet' Slide 2: Image: 'stickynote' Slide 3: Image: 'Gathering roses( bright orange)' Slide 5: Image: 'Sun On The Petals' Slide 6: Image: 'Sunset on the Charles'

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