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## How do you estimate?

The general rule for estimating is to look at the digit to the right of the digit you want to estimate. Estimating or rounding to the nearest whole number means looking at the digit to the right of the decimal. If you see a digit greater than 5, round up, and if it’s less than 5, round down.

**How do you estimate an example?**

Example:

- 550 + 298: 298 is nearly 300 so an estimate is 550+300 = 850.
- 550 + 248: 50+48 is nearly 100 so an estimate is 500+200 +100 = 800.

### How do you do estimation method?

Finding cube root by estimation

- Make group of 3 digit, starting from right.
- The unit digit of cube root will be. Unit digit of cube root of 857375 = Unit digit of cube root of 375. Since 375 ends in 5, it’s cube root will end in 5. (As 5 3 = 12 5 , 1 5 3 = 337 5 )
- Now, for second group. 8 5 7. We note that. 9 3 = 729.

**What does estimate mean in math?**

In maths, estimation means having a rough calculation of the value, number, quantity, or extent of something. We use estimates of numbers to make it easier and quicker to do mental calculations when we are happy to accept an answer which is very close to the actual answer.

## How to estimate the value of a division?

Examine the divisor, simplify it and check for multiples that are close to the value of the dividend. In the example, 74,833/77, there are two options: if you round the divisor up to 80, your estimate of 9 will be based on 8 x 9 = 72 and rounding down to 70, your estimate of 10 will be based on 7 x 10 = 70.

**How do you do long division on a calculator?**

Doing long division on a calculator is easy. Simply enter the dividend (the number you’re dividing), hit the ÷ key, and then enter the divisor (the number you’re dividing by). If there’s a remainder, it will be written as a decimal in the answer. If there are multiple decimal places, round up to the nearest 1 or 2 places after the decimal point.

### How to calculate quotient of Division with remainders?

Divide the first number of the dividend, 4 by the divisor, 32. 4 divided by 32 is 0, with a remainder of 4. You can ignore the remainder for now. Put the 0 on top of the division bracket. This is the beginning of the quotient answer.

**What’s the easiest way to do a division?**

Dividing Set up the equation. On a piece of paper, write the dividend (number being divided) on the right, under the division symbol, and the divisor (number doing the division) to the left on the outside. Divide the first digit.