# Estimate: Use rounding or compatible numbers

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- Q1Estimate the product of 27 and 32.87021014090030s
- Q2Estimate the product of 58 and 39.240021002500230030s
- Q3Estimate the product of 76 and 92.800060007200900030s
- Q4What is the estimated product of 65 and 42?250027002800300030s
- Q5Sally wants to estimate the product of 78 and 63 using rounding. Which option provides the best estimate?Option D: 10000Option A: 5000Option A: 5000Option C: 8000Option B: 300030s
- Q6The length of a rectangle is 57 cm and its width is 55 cm. If you estimate the product of the length and width using rounding, which option is the closest estimate?Option A: 3600Option B: 4000Option D: 6000Option C: 5000Option C: 500030s
- Q7A farmer has a field that is 47 meters long and 33 meters wide. If the farmer estimates the area of the field using rounding, which option is the closest estimate?Option A: 500 square metersOption B: 1500 square metersOption D: 3500 square metersOption C: 2500 square metersOption B: 1500 square meters30s
- Q8A classroom has 24 students. If the teacher estimates the number of pencils needed for each student by rounding, which option is the closest estimate for the total number of pencils needed?Option D: 30Option A: 10Option D: 30Option B: 15Option C: 2030s