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Lily estimated a quotient of 120 and found an actual quotion of 83. What should she do next? Explain.

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    What are the dividend and the divisor?

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    there are no dividend or divisor. The question is exactly as written.

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    I would say recheck her work since the estimate and actual are so different from each other.

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    i just found out the answer should be that lilly has to redo her calculations because her calculations are off.
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    I think Lilly should do inverse operation(which is multiply to check) to see if her answer match the divisor.

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    I don't know

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    Lily estimated a closure of 120 and found an actual question of 83 what should she do next

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