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Estimate the quotient.

1.175/18

2. 231/37

My answer is 1. 200/20=10
2. 200/40=5

Did I find the correct estimates for these problems?

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    Yes. Good job!

  • 5th grade math -

    Thanks. For 255/81, my answer is 400/80=5. Do I have correct answer?

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    Why did you use 400?

  • 5th grade math -

    I should have said 240/80=3 because 400 is not close to 255.

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    Yes. That's much better. :-)

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