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To use reasoning in making a "good guess" in determining the approximate value of something is called                   .
1. length
2. estimation
3. whole numbers
4. linear measurement
Estimate

4,905 x 2 =
1. 100,000
2. 10,000
3. 1,000
Estimate

238 x 7 =
1. 1,300
2. 1,466
3. 2,000
4. 1,400
The information below shows the number of tickets sold in a school play.

Thursday: 320
Friday : 282
Saturday: 375

Which is the best estimate of the total tickets sold?
1. 1,100
2. 1,000
3. 900
4. 800
Kwan was taking tickets at the fair. The first day he took 6,500 tickets. The second day he took 3,124 tickets. The last day it rained and he only took in 300 tickets. Which answer is the most reasonable estimate for the amount of tickets he took in all three days?
1. 9,000 tickets
2. 10,000 tickets
3. 7,000 tickets
4. 12,000 tickets
Estimate the product. Round the first factor to the greatest place value and then multiply.
65 x 4 = ?
1. 240
2. 280
3. 260
4. 300
5. None of the above.
To find a close value to another number
1. round
2. estimate
3. sort
4. both A and B
5. None of the above
Ronnie estimated the sum of 5,823 and 863 by rounding each number to the nearest hundred and then adding. What was Ronnie's estimate for 5,823 + 863?
1. 6,700
2. 7,000
3. 7,200
4. 7,600
Tariq wants to add 296, 409 and 589. Which of these would give Tariq the BEST ESTIMATE?
1. 200+400+500
2. 200+400+600
3. 300+400+500
4. 300+400+600
Harold earned $196 by mowing 5 lawns. Which number sentence shows the best way to estimate the amount he earned for each lawn? 1.$200 / 5 = $40 2.$150 / 5 = $30 3.$200 / 10 = $20 4. 5 x$200 = $1,000 Grade 4 Estimation Estimate. 263,099 + 438,682 = 1. 700,000 2. 800,000 3. 600,000 4. 100,000 Grade 4 Estimation Estimate the following. 16,084 - 7,120 1. about 13,000 2. about 5,000 3. about 15,000 4. about 9,000 Grade 4 Estimation CCSS: 4.MD.A.2 John bought a hamburger for$1.95, a shake for $3.75 and fries for$1.05 at the burger joint. Which answer would be a reasonable estimate for what he spent for lunch?
1. $5.00 2.$6.00
3. $8.00 4.$7.00
Estimate the product. Round the first factor to the greatest place value and then multiply.
64 x 9 = ?
1. 450
2. 520
3. 560
4. 540
5. None of the above.
Estimate the product. Round the first factor to the greatest place value and then multiply.
29 x 8 = ?
1. 210
2. 240
3. 260
4. 420
5. None of the above.
There are 27 schools participating in the regional band competition. Each school brought 38 band members. Which shows the best way to estimate how many band members are in the competition?
1. 20 x 30
2. 20 x 40
3. 25 x 40
4. 30 x 30
There are 16 ounces in a pound. Which is the best estimate of the number of ounces a 97 pound dog weighs?
1. 160
2. 900
3. 1,600
4. 9,000
The students at VWES have a goal to raise $9,325 for jump rope for heart. In the month of March, the students raised$3,681 and in the month of April they raised $2,462. About how much more money do the students need to raise in order to meet their goal? 1.$2,000
2. $1,000 3.$3,000
4. \$4,000
The International Space Station takes 644 minutes to orbit Earth 7 times. About how long does each orbit take?
1. 80 minutes
2. 90 minutes
3. 95 minutes
4. 100 minutes