Q: Estimate a range for the sum?

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7.8+31.39+6.95

The range of a single number - with or without a decimal - is zero.

I ask this QU. so it is stupid i have to answer it :(

1,400

between 20 and 30

First, round the highest place value of each number: 400+200+700=1300 Second, round the second highest place value of each number: 390+190+740=1320 The range to estimate the sum is 1300 to 1320. The actual sum is 1321, which higher than the range. However, the actual sum may lie within the obtained range. LEF

The largest value is 17.563 The smallest is 2.31 So the range is 17.563 - 2.31 = 15.253

Round the highest and lowest numbers. 25 - 5 = 20

The sum is 2.05 and you don;t need to estimate such a simple sum!

=AVERAGE(range) will.

That equals 16.7 which would be between 15 and 18.

A reasonable estimate of the sum of 78 and 119 is 197.

One estimate is 800 although there is really no need t estimate such a simple sum: it is 778.

Round down and round up. The answer will be between 20 (7 + 13) and 22 (8 + 14)

SUM totals a range of numbers. EXAMPLE: =SUM(A1:A14)

The SUM function.

46.78-18.55 and estimate each sum or difference = 28.23

In a SUM function or in any function that you are specifying a range, a colon between two cell references will be used. So to sum the range from cells A2 to A20, you would do it like this: =SUM(A2:A20)

Estimate the minimum value, A. Estimate the maximum value, B. The estimated range is from A to B.

I'm not sure about the question your asking but I'm pretty sure it's 58.92

Select your data and click the AutoSum button. That will sum each column in the range. Alternatively, click the Autosum button and fill in the range you want to Sum.

400

It depends on your level of numerical skill. You can convert the decimal to an approximate fraction and estimate the sum of the two fractions, or you can convert the fraction to an approximate decimal and estimate the sum of the two decimals or, if you are more able you just estimate their sum directly.

You create them. A range is a collection of cells, you choose.EXAMPLE:You want to find the sum of a range of cells from C2 through C23. The range would be C2:C23. The formula to find the sum of this range of numbers is =SUM(C2:C23).

It is 61: you do not need to estimate a sum as simple as that!