One possibility is 95
Consider a distribution with an unknown parameter pi. If the true value of pi is not known but has been estimated, then the estimated value is usually denoted by pi-hat. This is to distinguish between a known parameter and an estimated one.
One possibility is 55
To the nearest ten, 640
To the nearest thousand, 5000
Estimated is like taking a guess as to what the answer would be. Example: 597 + 635 estimated 600 + 600 = estimated guess 1200 with the correct answer being 597 + 635 = 1232 For estimated 345 it could be estimated at 300 or 400
56 is estimated to be 60.
'Estimated to be' is more commonly used. In a different situation you could use 'estimated as', it is not entirely grammatically incorrect. For example, "that ski jump is estimated as the highest recorded ski jump in history."
Estimated to the nearest tens, 359 is 360. Estimated to the nearest hundreds, it is 400.
what is the closes estimated answer to 7.6
by using calaculator.......it can be estimated......
the estimated digit in 0.0782m is?
It would be estimated to 5.
17 is estimated to 20.
No. It would be estimated to 1300.
It was estimated that 200 people died in the earthquake. The total attendance had to be estimated. The estimated value of the painting was set at one million dollars.