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i need help! how you Estimating quotients how you solve a problem. like this one? 195 divided 4 in estimating quotient?

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    Round: 200/5=?

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    40

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    what is 16/5723

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    how do u solve 195 divided by 4 and by estiamting the problem

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    Idk help

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    come on i hate division!!!!!!!!!

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    estimating quotients 147 / 5

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