# Estimating with Whole Numbers

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- Q1Mr. Márquez had 123 eggs in a refrigerator in his restaurant. He put 32 more cartons of eggs in the refrigerator. Each carton contained 18 eggs. Which of these is the best estimate of the number of eggs Mr. Márquez now has in his refrigerator?900400600700120s
- Q2A jelly bean factory usually makes 885,320 jelly beans per month. In the month before Halloween, it makes 1,040,982 more than that. About how many jelly beans does the factory produce in that month? Choose the best estimate.1, 800,0002, 000,0001,900,0001, 885,000120s
- Q3Jerry has 389 baseball cards in a box. Then he buys 32 new packages. Each new package has 12 cards. Which of these is a good estimate of how many baseball cards Jerry has?400600300700120s
- Q4A convenience store has 189 cans of vegetables on the shelves. The owner ordered another 22 boxes of canned vegetables. Each box has 24 cans. Which of these is the best estimate of the number of vegetable cans the store has?400600500700120s
- Q5Four friends made a bar graph to show how many baseball cards they collected over the summer. About how many cards did they collect in all?16040140120120s