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April needs to estimate the sum of 427 and 338 should she round to the nearest ten or hundred to get the closer answer? Explain.

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    For the closet answer, round to the nearest 10.

    430 + 340 = 770
    400 + 300 = 700

    The actual answer: 427 + 338 = 765

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