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## How do you find the estimated sum?

How to estimate a sum to the nearest tenth

- To estimate an amount to the tenth we have 3 steps to follow:
- STEP 2: We add the rounded numbers.
- STEP 1: Round the summands.
- STEP 2: Add the rounded numbers.
- STEP 3: Look at the total amount of rounding.
- We have rounded the two summands down.

**How do you find the estimated sum and actual sum?**

Estimating a Sum

- For example, let us estimate the following sums: (i) 47 + 32.
- Estimate the sums to the nearest ten and also find the actual sum of 87 and 79.
- Solution:
- Thus the estimated sum = 170.
- Thus the actual sum = 166.
- Round off the numbers 389 and 535 to the nearest 100s.
- Rounding off the numbers to nearest 100s.
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**How do you estimate sums and differences?**

The first step in estimating a sum or a difference is to round the numbers, by changing them to the nearest power of ten, hundred, thousand, etc. Round the numbers first, then use mental math to estimate an answer. When rounding, follow these rounding rules: If the number being rounded is less than 5, round down.

### What do you mean by estimated sum?

The whole numbers are first rounded as specified, i.e., rounded to the nearest ten, hundred and so on. Then the sum of the rounded whole numbers is found to estimate the sum of the whole numbers. Estimate the sum 3,273 + 8,781 + 11,309, by first rounding each number to the nearest thousand.

**What is the sum of 202 and 57?**

260

Thus, an estimated sum of 202 and 57 is 260.

**What does sum mean in math?**

addition

A sum is the result of an addition. For example, adding 1, 2, 3, and 4 gives the sum 10, written. (1) The numbers being summed are called addends, or sometimes summands.

#### What does find the sums and differences mean?

The sum will be the result of adding numbers, while the difference will be the result of subtracting them. For instance, in the math problem 4 + 3 – 5, the sum of 4 and 3 will be 7, and the difference between 7 and 5 will be 2. In this example, 2 is the final answer to the math problem.

**What is an example of an estimate?**

To find a value that is close enough to the right answer, usually with some thought or calculation involved. Example: Alex estimated there were 10,000 sunflowers in the field by counting one row then multiplying by the number of rows.

**What is the position of 7 in the number 876 543?**

The position of 7 in the number 876,543 is in the ten-thousands place.

## Why do we use estimated sum?

Estimation helps to answer the question easily and quickly. In the case of two-digit numbers, we can round or estimate it to the number nearest tens place that is only one place can be estimated.