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For question 1-2 estimate the sum or difference. use the bench marks 0 1/2 and 1

1. 23/40 - 11/30

2. Simone measures the width of one cardboard strip as 1/2 yd. A second cardboard strip measures 5/6 yd in width estimate the combined width of the cardboard strips.

1. 1/2
2.?

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  1. 5/6 is close to 1

  2. yes right

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  3. What is the answer to your problem?

  4. Which one?

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  5. 2. Simone measures the width of one cardboard strip as 1/2 yd. A second cardboard strip measures 5/6 yd in width estimate the combined width of the cardboard strips.

  6. Oh, about 1/2 yardds

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  7. No. 1/2 yards is only one width. The question asks for the total width.

  8. I believe about 1 1/2 yards.

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