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you must estimate before a problem then you can find out your real answer a compare

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Why is it important to estimate before solving a fraction problem?

It is not particularly important.


What is a calculation used to estimate the answer to a problem before doing an actual calculation called?

A formula.


Estimate 4883 7 and do the division problem?

Estimate 4883 by 7 and the division problem solved we get 697.57.


When both factors in a multiplication problem are rounded up to estimate the product the estimate is an?

when both factors in a multiplication problem are rounded up to estimate the product, the estimate is an overestimate.


Why is it important to estimate before finding the real answer for a circle graph?

It's important to estimate before finding the real answer for any numerical problem in arithmetic or any other kind of math, so that when you think you have the real answer, you can immediately recognize whether it's total baloney or has a chance of being correct.


When both factor in a multiplication problem are rounded up estimate the product the estimate is an?

The answer would be an overestimate.


What is the estimate when both factors in a multiplication problem are rounded up to estimate the product?

That's an overestimate.


Do you have to estimate before adding?

No.


When you round both factors in a multiplication problem up how does your estimate compare to a greater number?

When you round both factors in a multiplication problem up, your estimate will be greater than the actual product.


What is it called when both factors in a multiplication problem are rounded up to estimate the product?

You would call that an estimate, or overestimate.


When both factors in a multiplication problem are rounded up to estimate the product te estimate is an?

overestimate


What does high and low estimate mean?

It basically means that you round it up and down. For example 593- 158. For the low estimate the problem would look like this 590-150. For the high estimate the problem would look like this 600-160.