4th grade math

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3. Writing to Explain Use rounding to estimate the product
13 ! 9. Then, use compatible numbers to find the actual
answer. If Alison was rounding to find how much 13 books
that were $9 apiece cost, would she get a good estimate?
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  • 4th grade math -

    If I were rounding, I'd estimate 13 * 10 = a little less than $130.

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    34×4

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    6×33=198

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    50

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