5.3A Estimating to Solve

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5 questions
• Q1
Doug jumps an average of 13.2 feet for 5 long jumps at a track meet. About how many total feet does Doug jump?
65 feet
20 feet
80 feet
8 feet
60s
• Q2
Mrs. Gray usually spends about \$37 dollars each week on gas. She has estimated that she should budget \$2,000 for gas for the entire year. Which statement about her estimate is true?
\$2,000 is just about right.
\$2,000 is about \$500 less than she needs.
\$200 is a better estimate.
\$2,000 is about \$500 more than she needs.
60s
• Q3
The total area of Washington DC is 68.3 square miles. Of that area, 61.4 square miles are land, and the rest are covered by water. How many square miles of Washington DC are covered by water?
7.1 square miles
7.7 square miles
9.1 square miles
6.9 square miles
60s
• Q4
The table below shows the number of students enrolled in each grade level at Hosp. Which is the best estimate for the number of students enrolled at Hosp?
750 students
730 students
759 students
760 students
60s
• Q5
Jake can type an average of 74 word per minute. If he types for 45 minutes, about how many words has he typed?
665
2,830
3,330
119
60s

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