6th Grade Math

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Estimation division.
Problem: 28,622/921
My estimated problem: 27,000/900
Is this right?? If not, please explain. Thanks!

  • 6th Grade Math -

    I'm only in 5th but i can do a bit of 8th math.the 900 is correct. but the 27,000 isn't.

    EX

    28,622.

    5 or more raise the score
    4 or less let it rest.

    hop this helps!!

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    decimal

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