# Math

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Estimate each Quotient!
717/9
463/90
12.398/4.1
56.784/7.9
57.36/9.32
363.68/3.6
349/7.4
249/81
162.58/4.4
481.4/64
468.65/8.43
311.24/5.2
638/8.2
2,322/70
534.82/9.1
34.594/4.6
409.4/48.4
364.56/69.3

Problem Solving
Jane makes 20 equal payments to buy a cd player that sells for \$180.How much is each payment?

Justine makes 30 equal payments to buy a car that sells for \$15,000.How much is each payment?

<<Estimate each Quotient!>>
To how many significant figures? Do the division

<<Jane makes 20 equal payments to buy a cd player that sells for \$180.How much is each payment?>>
If it is an interest free purchase, divide \$180 by 20

<<Justine makes 30 equal payments to buy a car that sells for \$15,000.How much is each payment?>>
That depends upon the car loan interest rate. It varies depending upon what promotion is going on to clear cars out of the lot.

I hope this is not an example of home schooling.

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