6-3 Estimating the Product of a Whole Number and a Decimal
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6-3 Estimating the Product of a Whole Number and a Decimal 6-3 Estimating the Product of a Whole Number and a Decimal Presentation Transcript

  • 6-3 Estimating the Product of a WholeNumber and a Decimal Math Notes Number Sense 2.1
  • Estimate 52 x 8.952 x 8.9
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9 50Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9 50Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9 50Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9 50 x 9 =Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 52 x 8.9STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 52 x 8.9 50 x 9 = 450Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46825 x 0.46
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800 x 0.5 =Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800 x 0.5 = 4000Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800 x 0.5 = 4000Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800 x 0.5 = 4000Remember, do not round any single digit factors.
  • Estimate 825 x 0.46STEP ONE: Estimate by rounding each number to the greatest place that has a NONZERO digit. 825 x 0.46 800 x 0.5 = 4000 .Remember, do not round any single digit factors.