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posted by miranda .
which numbers should you add to estimate the answer to this problem: 87,087 + 98.000
 88,000+ 98,000
85,000+95,000
 87,000 +98,000
 80,000+ 90,000 thanks for your help!

I would do 88K+ 98K but in reality, I would for estimating add 90K+100K then subtract 4K in my head: 1904=186,000

87087+98000

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