A Rough Cost Estimate is an initial estimate that uses prior experience and other non-project data to estimate the cost of a project. It is also called a Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) estimate, or a Conceptual Estimate. The Rough Cost Estimate is used for project screening, or deciding which among several projects to proceed with.
With a rough estimation.
A rough estimation is 350 kms.
A rough estimate is given when the situation does not require the exact numbers to be given.
A method of making a rough measurement is: Estimation Answered by :PopTy13
Estimation enables you to obtain a rough answer using only mental maths. An approximate answer can sometimes be sufficient.
A rough estimation is 6,000
Two hundred years on average, but it's a rough estimation Or 100 years
Although it is not exact, it is a decent rough estimation
Estimation is making a rough guess to the approximate answer but it does'nt have to be exact. Guessing is giving random answers without thinking whether it's approximate or not.
Sometimes a quick but rough guess at the answer is preferable to an exact answer obtained after much time and effort.
4.3 seconds (thts a rough estimation!)
The word estimate can be a noun and a verb. Noun: A rough calculation. Verb: To calculate roughly.