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Estimate the following products or quotients.17 11/12 ÷ 6 1/10

2.93715847 or 2.94

I actually wonder if they want you to estimate it BEFORE you figure it out.

17 11/12 is close to 18. So let's call that 18.

6 1/10 is close to 6

So now we have 18 / 6

That's 3

Double check your assignment to make sure that's how they want you to do it. Or if they want you to figure it out - then estimate it.


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