Name:    Try It Out -- Chapter 6, Lesson 2: Estimating Products

Matching

Use estimation to decide which calculations are reasonable or not reasonable.
 A. reasonable B. not reasonable

1.

345 x 9 = 2000

2.

81 x 20 = 1600

3.

119 x 5 = 900

4.

61 x 59 = 1800

5.

29 x 41 = 1200

6.

210 x 20 = 4200

Yes/No
Indicate whether you agree with the statement.

7.

Martina has 80 dimes and 40 nickels. She wants to buy 2 hamburgers for her friend and herself. A hamburger costs \$4.75. Does she have enough money?

Multiple Choice
Choose the letter beside the correct answer.

8.

How much money does Martina need to buy 2 hamburgers?
 A. \$9.50 B. \$9.00 C. \$9.75 D. \$9.55

Numeric Response

9.

Jesse’s soccer club is selling raffle tickets. There are 30 players on the team and each player has 40 tickets to sell. Calculate the greatest number of tickets that could be sold.

10.

How many more tickets would the team need to sell a total of 1500 tickets?

11.

If the tickets were divided evenly, how many tickets would each player get if the team had a total of 1500 tickets to sell?