# math

1. estimate the sum
11/15+1/8
2 .use rounding to estimate the product
4 3/4 * 7 2/17
3. choose the sum
5/6 + 4/9
A. 1/2
B. 9/18
C. 1 5/18
D. 1 1/2

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