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Is an estimate for the percent of a number always , sometimes or never greater than the actual percent of a number. Give an example or a counter example to support your answer

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    The estimate can be higher, or lower than the actual. What is your estimate of your grade in Math?

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    99.7

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    The estimate would be 100

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