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# Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation

## Find an estimate of a decimal sum by adding only some of the given values.

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## Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation

by Liz Grunow //basic
Use front-end estimation to estimate decimal sums
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## Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation

Use front-end estimation to estimate decimal sums
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## Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation

Learn how to estimate decimal sums using front-end estimation.
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## Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation: Wooden Beams

Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation Interactive
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## Estimation with Decimals

by CK-12 //basic
Shows how to use decimal estimation to approximate your answer and then compares the estimation to the exact calculated amount.
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## Rounding and Estimation

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## Decimal Addition Using Front-End Estimation

by Kyle Bardman //basic
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