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Estimate the number of digits in your answer.
2.00 divide 8

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    $2.00 has 8 quarters.

    How many digits do you get?

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    0.25

    and the choices they gave me was
    A. 2 digits
    B. 4 digits
    C. 1 digits
    D. 5 digits

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    It looks like 2 digits to me.

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