Selina Solutions Concise Mathematics Class 6 Chapter 2 Estimation Exercise 2(B)

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Exercise 2(b) page no: 17

1.Estimate the sum of each pair of numbers to the nearest ten :
(i) 67 and 44
(ii) 34 and 87
(iii) 23 and 66
(iv) 78 and 18
(v) 96 and 55

Solution:

(i) 67 to the nearest ten is 70

44 to the nearest ten is 40

Sum of these numbers = 70 + 40

= 110

∴Required sum = 110

(ii) 34 to the nearest ten is 30

87 to the nearest ten is 90

Sum of these numbers = 30 + 90

= 120

∴Required sum = 120

(iii) 23 to the nearest ten is 20

66 to the nearest ten is 70

Sum of these numbers = 20 + 70

= 90

∴Required sum = 90

(iv) 78 to the nearest ten is 80

18 to the nearest ten is 20

Sum of these numbers = 80 + 20

= 100

∴Required sum = 100

(v) 96 to the nearest ten is 100

55 to the nearest ten is 60

Sum of these numbers = 100 + 60

= 160

∴Required sum = 160

2.Estimate the sum of each pair of numbers to the nearest hundred:
(i) 336 and 782
(ii) 546 and 342
(iii) 270 and 495
(iv) 4280 and 5295

(v) 4230 and 2410

Solution:

(i) 336 to the nearest hundred is 300 and 782 to the nearest hundred is 800

Sum of these numbers = (300 + 800)

= 1100

∴Required sum = 1100

(ii) 546 to the nearest hundred is 500 and 342 to the nearest hundred is 300

Sum of these numbers = (500 + 300)

= 800

∴Required sum = 800

(iii) 270 to the nearest hundred is 300 and 495 to the nearest hundred is 500

Sum of these numbers = (300 + 500)

= 800

∴Required sum = 800

(iv) 4280 to the nearest hundred is 4300 and 5295 to the nearest hundred is 5300

Sum of these numbers = (4300 + 5300)

= 9600

∴Required sum = 9600

(v) 4230 to the nearest hundred is 4200 and 2410 to the nearest hundred is 2400

Sum of these numbers = (4200 + 2400)

= 6600

∴Required sum = 6600

3.Estimate the sum of the following pair of numbers to the nearest thousand:
(i) 53826 and 36455
(ii) 56802 and 22475

Solution:

(i) 53826 to the nearest thousand is 54000

36455 to the nearest thousand is 36000

∴Required sum = 54000 + 36000

= 90000

(ii) 56802 to the nearest thousand is 57000

22475 to the nearest thousand is 22000

∴Required sum = 57000 + 22000

= 79000

4. Estimate the following differences correct to nearest ten :
(i) 82 – 27
(ii) 96 – 36
(iii) 508 – 248

Solution:

(i) 82 to the nearest ten is 80 and 27 to the nearest ten is 30

∴Required difference = (80 – 30)

= 50

(ii) 96 to the nearest ten is 100 and 36 to the nearest ten is 40

∴Required difference = (100 – 40)

= 60

(iii) 508 to the nearest ten is 510 and 248 to the nearest ten is 250

∴Required difference = (510 – 250)

= 260

5.Estimate each difference to the nearest hundred:
(i) 769 – 314
(ii) 856 – 687
(iii) 6352 – 2086

Solution:

(i) 769 to the nearest hundred = 800 and

314 to the nearest hundred = 300

∴Required difference = (800 – 300)

= 500

(ii) 856 to the nearest hundred = 900 and

687 to the nearest hundred = 700

∴Required difference = (900 – 700)

= 200

(iii) 6352 to the nearest hundred = 6400 and

2086 to the nearest hundred = 2100

∴Required difference = (6400 – 2100)

= 4300

6.Estimate each difference to the nearest thousand:
(i) 45974 – 38766
(ii) 76003 – 48399

Solution:

(i) 45974 to the nearest thousand = 46000

38766 to the nearest thousand = 39000

∴Required difference = (46000 – 39000)

= 7000

(ii) 76003 to the nearest thousand = 76000

48399 to the nearest thousand = 48000

∴Required difference = (76000 – 48000)

= 28000

7. Estimate each of the following products by rounding off each number to the nearest ten :
(i) 49 x 52
(ii) 63 x 38
(iii) 27 x 54
(iv) 53 x 85
(v) 74 x 67

Solution:

(i) 49 to the nearest ten = 50 and

52 to the nearest ten = 50

∴Required product = (50 × 50)

= 2500

(ii) 63 to the nearest ten = 60 and

38 to the nearest ten = 40

∴Required product = (60 × 40)

= 2400

(iii) 27 to the nearest ten = 30 and

54 to the nearest ten = 50

∴Required product = (30 × 50)

= 1500

(iv) 53 to the nearest ten = 50 and

85 to the nearest ten = 90

∴Required product = (50 × 90)

= 4500

(v) 74 to the nearest ten = 70 and

67 to the nearest ten = 70

∴Required product = (70 × 70)

= 4900

8. Estimate each of the following products by rounding off each number to the nearest hundred :
(i) 477 x 213
(ii) 624 x 236
(iii) 333 x 247
(iv) 537 x 283

(v) 382 x 127

Solution:

(i) 477 x 213

477 to the nearest hundred = 500 and

213 to the nearest hundred = 200

∴Required product = (500 × 200)

= 100000

(ii) 624 x 236

624 to the nearest hundred = 600 and

236 to the nearest hundred = 200

∴Required product = (600 × 200)

= 120000

(iii) 333 x 247

333 to the nearest hundred = 300 and

247 to the nearest hundred = 200

∴Required product = (300 × 200)

= 60000

(iv) 537 x 283

537 to the nearest hundred = 500 and

283 to the nearest hundred = 300

∴Required product = (500 × 300)

= 150000

(v) 382 x 127

382 to the nearest hundred = 400 and

127 to the nearest hundred = 100

∴Required product = (400 × 100)

= 40000

9. Estimate each of the following products by rounding off the first number correct to nearest ten and the other number correct to nearest hundred :
(i) 28 x 287
(ii) 432 x 128
(iii) 48 x 165
(iv) 72 x 258
(v) 83 x 664

Solution:

(i) 28 x 287

28 to the nearest ten = 30 and

287 to the nearest hundred = 300

∴Required product = (30 × 300)

= 9000

(ii) 432 x 128

432 to the nearest ten = 430 and

128 to the nearest hundred = 100

∴Required product = (430 × 100)

= 43000

(iii) 48 x 165

48 to the nearest ten = 50 and

165 to the nearest hundred = 200

∴Required product = (50 × 200)

= 10000

(iv) 72 x 258

72 to the nearest ten = 70 and

258 to the nearest hundred = 300

∴Required product = (70 × 300)

= 21000

(v) 83 x 664

83 to the nearest ten = 80 and

664 to the nearest hundred = 700

∴Required product = (80 × 700)

= 56000

10. Estimate each of the following quotients by converting each number to the nearest ten:
(i) 87 ÷ 28
(ii) 84 ÷ 23
(iii) 77 ÷ 22
(iv) 198 ÷ 24
(v) 355 ÷ 26

Solution:

(i) 87 ÷ 28

87 ÷ 28 is approximately (to the nearest 10) equal to

90 ÷ 30 = 3

(ii) 84 ÷ 23

84 ÷ 23 is approximately (to the nearest 10) equal to

80 ÷ 20 = 4

(iii) 77 ÷ 22

77 ÷ 22 is approximately (to the nearest 10) equal to

80 ÷ 20 = 4

(iv) 198 ÷ 24

198 ÷ 24 is approximately (to the nearest 10) equal to

200 ÷ 20 = 10

(v) 355 ÷ 26

355 ÷ 26 is approximately (to the nearest 10) equal to

360 ÷ 30 = 12

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