Multiple Choice
Identify
the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers
the question.



To
show the answer is reasonable, pick the best estimate below.


1. 
1982
+ 1206 = 3188
a. 
2000
+ 1000 = 3000

b. 
1000 + 1000 = 2000

c. 
2000
+ 2000 = 4000





2. 
2496
+ 980 = 3476
a. 
1000
+ 1000 = 2000

b. 
3000 + 1000 = 4000

c. 
2000
+ 1000 = 3000





3. 
3296
+ 3103 = 6399
a. 
3000
+ 3000 = 6000

b. 
3000 + 4000 = 7000

c. 
2000
+ 1000 = 3000





4. 
6752
+ 1270 = 8022
a. 
6000
+ 1000 = 7000

b. 
7000 + 1000 = 8000

c. 
8000
+ 1000 = 9000





5. 
5501
+ 2920 = 8421
a. 
6000
+ 3000 = 9000

b. 
4000 + 2000 = 6000

c. 
5000
+ 2000 = 7000





6. 
One
school has 1219 students, the other has 905 students. Estimate how many
students both schools have altogether.


7. 
The
school car wash raised $1816 one Saturday, and $2106 the next Saturday.
Estimate how much was raised in total.


8. 
There
are 3113 seats on one side of the hockey arena and 2890 on the other
side. Estimate how many seats are in the arena altogether.


9. 
One
farm has 3180 chickens and another has 960 chickens. Estimate how many
chickens there are altogether.


10. 
There
are 1916 pennies in a jar and 920 pennies in another jar. Estimate how
many pennies there are altogether.
