# Math - 3rd Quarter - Quiz No. 1

## Quiz by Keyceelyn E. Albarina

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- Q1
Estimate the answer to the question.

What will you get if you add 28 and 72?

about 90

about 120

about 110

about 100

30s - Q2
What is the estimated sum of 620 and 812 when rounded-off to its highest place values?

1,300

1,200

1,500

1,400

30s - Q3
What is the estimated sum of 7,173 and 8,882 when rounded-off to its highest place values?

17,000

16,000

15,000

12,000

30s - Q4
What is the estimated sum of 2,583 and 839 when rounded-off to its highest place values?

3,600

3,400

3,700

3,300

30s - Q5
What is the estimated sum of 12,010 and 6,214 when rounded-off to its highest place values?

16,000

17,000

18,000

19,000

30s - Q6
Estimate the answer to the question.

What will you get if you add 435 and 206?

about 500

about 800

about 600

about 900

30s - Q7
Estimate the answer to the question.

What will you get if you add 263 and 486?

about 800

about 600

about 900

about 1000

30s - Q8
Estimate the answer to the question.

What will you get if you add 183 and 504?

about 500

about 700

about 600

about 800

30s - Q9
Estimate the answer to the question.

What will you get if you add 708 and 523?

about 1,000

about 1,200

about 1,300

about 1,400

30s - Q10
Estimate the answer to the question.

What will you get if you add 708 and 523?

about 1,300

about 1,400

about 1,200

about 1,000

30s