4th grade math

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Write two 5-digit addends whose sum would give an estimate of 60,000

  1. Steve

    21,849 + 38,932 ≈ 20,000+40,000

  2. Aileen

    70,000

  3. Kristina

    30,000+30,000

  4. David

    bbb

  5. Toni

    Write two 5- digit addends whose sum would give an estimate of 60,000

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