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estimate the total weight of two boxes that weigh 9.4lb and 62.6 lb using rounding and compatible numbers. Which estimate is closer to the actual total weight? why?


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    9 + 63 = 72 using rounding which happens to be exact and I also call 9 and 63 compatible numbers since adding 9 to anything is super easy.

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    10 + 62 = 72 lbs.

    9 + 63 = 72 lbs.

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    9+63=72 or 10+62

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    Estimate the total weight of two boxes that weight 9004 lb in 62000 or 6 lb using rounding and compatible numbers which estimate is closer to the actual total weight why

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    Ur mom

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    Ur dumb

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    It's 72 jackie

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