# 3rd grade

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Would you use a benchmark of 1,000 to estimate the number of shoes in your classroom? Explain.
Dont understand this you explanation would be helpful Thank you

• 3rd grade -

Let's say you have 25 people in the classroom. Each has two shoes.

If 1,000 were the benchmark, you'd either have to have 500 people in the classroom or each person would have 40 shoes.

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choose a benchmark of 10 or a 100 to estimate each

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