# Math

Which is a good comparison of the estimated sum and the actual sum of 7 7/8 + 2 11/12?

A. Estimated < actual
B. Actual> estimated
C. Actual = estimated
D. Estimated < actual

I chose D

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1. so do I
just curious, why are A and D the same?

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2. Oh it was supposed to be the other way. Whoops

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I'd estimate the sum to be 11

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Ms. Sue
4. You know, Ms Sue is right. If we round up the values to the next integer, our estimate will be greater than the actual value.
(B) is now my choice.

That's my answer, and I'm sticking to it!

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5. actual < estimate

As shown, the correct choice is not given.

Gotta stop hitting the Return key till I'm sure my writing reflects my thinking.

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7. i chose B

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8. the answer in me is A

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9. I choose the one the one that is the estimated > actual. For some reason I did it because the real answer is 10 8/12, but the estimated answer is 11. So, that's why I chose the one that is estimated > actual.

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10. hey dont look at me lol im just looking for a answear to finish my homework so is it A or D
👇like if agree dont like is u dont agree or dislike is dont agree but at this point just dont do nothing lol.

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11. I think it is B

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12. That is what I got anyway

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13. (shrug) I am sticking to that answer

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14. B. Actual> estimated

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15. I think it's A B C D

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