# Mod2-Lesson8 Estimate/Multiply

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- Q1Estimate: 743 x 295214,600210,000219,185140,000120s
- Q2Solve: 743 x 295210,000209,185219,18521,915120s
- Q3Estimate: 4,208 x 606240,0002,520,0002,400,0002,550,048120s
- Q4Solve: 4,208 x 606 =2,550,0482,400,000255,4802,550,480120s
- Q5Solve: 3,007 x 502 =1,502,007159,5141,509,5141,500,000120s
- Q6Estimate: 3,007 x 502 =15,000,000150,0001,505,0001,500,000120s
- Q7When multiplying 1,729 times 308, Clayton got a product of 53,253. Without calculating, does his product seem reasonable?Yes, because when you estimate you get about 60,000, which is close to 53,253.Yes, because when you multiply your answer is 53,253.No, because when you estimate you get a product of 6,000, 000, so your answer needs to be in the million.No, because when you estimate, you get a product of about 600,000, so your answer needs to be in the hundred thousands.120s
- Q8A publisher prints 1,912 copies of a book in each print run. If they print 305 runs, the manager wants to know about how many books will be printed. What is a reasonable estimate?About 600,000About 60,000About 30,000About 300,000120s