Posted by **alison** on Monday, September 25, 2006 at 8:33pm.

how do you do front end estimation when the number of digits are different....like

12,249 - 6,875

dgud

wat are the poperties of math and what do they all mean?????????

i need help in my homework

I haven't used the expression "front end" estimation but I would simply round 12,249 to 12,000 and subtract 7,000 to obtain about 5,000. The actual number is 5,374.

how do you do equiaelent fractions without fraction bars?

You can just multiply the top and bottom # my the same # to get an equiveilent fraction. EG: 1/2

1 * 6=6

2 * 6=12

You new fraction is 6/12! hope this helps!

on a particlar day, 1 euro wasworth 0.96975 u.s. dollar .How much was 1.00 worth in euros on that day ? Give your answer to the nearest hundred thousdth ?

- math - 6th grade -
**Radhika**, Saturday, February 9, 2008 at 12:03pm
I wouldn't use frontend estimation. I would round it to 12,000-7,000 getting 5,000.

- science - 6th grade -
**anthony**, Monday, April 7, 2008 at 3:45pm
do i halt to pay for this

- math - 6th grade -
**Anonymous**, Wednesday, August 26, 2009 at 10:52pm
i still dnt get it

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