Estimate the Decimals and Fractions Worksheets
Estimating decimals and fractions worksheets have skills to round the fractions to the nearest whole numbers and decimals to the nearest whole number or tenths and thereby estimating the sum, difference, product and quotients.
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Estimate the sum / difference
Estimate the sum and difference by rounding each decimal number to the nearest whole number in the first three worksheets and to the nearest tenth in the remaining worksheets.
nearest whole (horizontal)
nearest tenth (vertical)
MCQ: Estimating product
Choose the correct option which would provide the closest estimate for the given decimal multiplication problems.
Estimating decimals worksheets have pages to round the whole numbers and the decimal numbers to its greatest place value and multiply to estimate the product.
MCQ: Estimating quotient
Estimating quotient worksheets have MCQs on dividing decimal numbers. Round each decimal number to find the appropriate quotient.
Estimate the quotient by rounding the numerator and the denominator to any place value in such a way it leaves no reminder. Either the numerator or the denominator is a decimal number.
An exclusive page that contains plentiful worksheets on rounding proper fraction, improper fraction and mixed number to the nearest whole number.
Estimating sum / difference
Each estimating fraction worksheet have practice problems on rounding mixed number to the nearest whole number and to thereby find the sum or difference.
Estimate and compare
Round the mixed numbers to the nearest whole and estimate the product. Compare the product using greater than or less than symbol.
Estimate the product by rounding each mixed number to the nearest whole number.
In these estimating quotient worksheets, round each mixed number to the nearest whole number and then divide to estimate the quotient. The dividend is always greater than the divisor.