Topic: Number and Operations  >>  Estimation of quotients in appropriate situations.

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25 children from Ever Dale Elementary School are going on a picnic in vans. Each van can hold 7 children and the driver. How many vans must be rented?View Details
A class of 59 students was divided into different groups containing 5 students in each of them. Estimate the number of groups that can be formed.
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Amy needs 3 slices of bread to make a club sandwich. About how many sandwiches can she make with 47 slices of bread?View Details
Each new book costs $9. Laura has $94 with her. Estimate the number of books that Laura can buy.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 100 ÷ 3.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 100 ÷ 3.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 118 ÷ 8.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 200 ÷ 3.
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Estimate the quotient of 29 ÷ 7.
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Estimate the quotient of 34 ÷ 6.
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Estimate the quotient of 35,845 divided by 57.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 352 ÷ 6.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 39 ÷ 5.
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Estimate the quotient of 63 ÷ 8.View Details
Estimate the quotient of 102 ÷ 5.
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Estimate the quotient of 243 ÷ 38.
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Estimate the quotient.
470 ÷ 23
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Estimate:
  1,377 ÷ 24
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Jim wants to plant 39 rose plants in his garden. He wants to plant the rose plants in rows containing 10 each. Estimate the number of rows of the rose plants.View Details
Paula has 97 toy wheels. She needs 4 wheels to make a car. Estimate the number of toy cars she can make.
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