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show 3 ways to estimate 3/5 x 9 1/2 identify each method you use?
I am lost!!!!

1. Half of 10 = ?
2. 9/3 = 3 + half of 3 = ?
3. 0.6 * 10 = ? 
half of 10 is 5?
half of 3 is 1
0.6 x 10 = 60?
I really am confused!!! 
You probably need to sit down with your teacher and have him/her explain fractions in person.

ok thank you for trying to help me

Compatible numbers, bench mark fractions, round
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