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posted by Dani .
Give an estimate for each expression in Exercises, Then
state whether you believe that the exact answer is greater than or
less than the estimate. Explain how you decided. Use a calculator
to check the accuracy of your estimate. 978 X 66

1000 * 70 = 70,000 (Greater than 64,548)
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