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Warm-Up. Write the answer you got on #2, 4, 6 p.710 in word form . Example: 0.8 > 0.67 eight tenths is greater than sixty-seven hundredths. Multiplication Estimation. When multiplying, Always round to the highest place value of each number!!! DO NOT round single digits!

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### Warm-Up

Write the answer you got on

#2, 4, 6 p.710 in word form.

Example: 0.8 > 0.67

eight tenths is greater than

sixty-seven hundredths

• When multiplying, Always round to the highest place value of each number!!! DO NOT round single digits!

• Alwaysdrop the decimal point and the zeroes after the decimal!!!

Each house needs 18.7 bags of candy.

18.7

There are 7 houses that need candy.

7

How many bags of candy does he need?

18.7

.0

7

7

x

140

157.09

200

25.98

X 15

30

.00

20

X 33.57

x

30

x

6,000

600

• When dividing, Always round to division friendly numbers!!! DO NOT round single digits!

• Alwaysdrop the decimal point and the zeroes after the decimal!!!

The neighborhood needs 302.8 pieces of candy.

302.8

Each house gets about 48.2 pieces of candy to hand out.

48.2

About how many houses are in the neighborhood?

48.2

=

6

50

.0

300

.0

82.5

7 22.98

7

21

3

20

80

4

=

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