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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

568 Sums 932

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

9250×29 estimate using general rule

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

estimate quotient of 92 and 29

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate each of the following products by rounding off to nearest thousand. (a) 1876 x 2123 (b) 5623 x 3158

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate each of the following products by rounding off to nearest hundreds. (a) 376 x 123 (b) 423 x 158

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate each of the following products by rounding off to nearest tens. (a) 15 x 34 (b) 54 x 45

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

What is the estimated value of 1291 x 592 using general rule?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the value of 179 x 62 by general rule.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the sum to nearest thousand: (21397 + 27807 + 42305)

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the difference (35863 - 27677) to the nearest hundred.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the product of 183 and 153 by rounding off the first number upwards and the second number downwards.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the product of 367 and 231 by rounding off each number to the nearest hundred.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the difference (673 - 258) to the nearest hundred.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the sum (21397 + 27807 + 42505) to the nearest thousand.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

Estimate the sum (62 + 78) to the nearest tens.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

In an election, the winning candidate got 23,12,505 votes which are 7,842 votes more than the losing candidate. Estimate the number of votes which the losing candidate got to nearest hundred.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Knowing Our Numbers

A shopkeeper sells 5281 packets on Saturday and 3491 on Sunday. How many packets (rounded off to nearest hundreds) were sold in the weekend?

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