Lesson Worksheet: Estimating Sums and Differences: Four-Digit Numbers Mathematics • 4th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice estimating sums and differences between numbers with up to four digits by rounding to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand.

Q1:

Which is closest to 7,9093,457?

  • A3,000
  • B4,000
  • C2,000
  • D5,000
  • E1,000

Q2:

Which number is nearest to 4,877+3,103?

  • A10,000
  • B7,000
  • C9,000
  • D6,000
  • E8,000

Q3:

Estimate 3,253+126, rounding each number to the hundreds place.

Q4:

Estimate 5,6781,234, rounding each number to the tens place.

Q5:

A mountain climber in the United States climbed Mount Hayes of height 4,216 m and Mount Gould of height 3,966 m. Rounding each height to the tens place, estimate the total height that the climber climbed.

Q6:

Estimate 3,638361, rounding each number to the hundreds place.

Q7:

The lengths of two rivers in Russia, the Lena River and the Vitim River, are 4,294 km and 1,837 km. Estimate the difference between the two lengths by rounding each length to the nearest hundred.

Q8:

Estimate 4,254+15 by rounding each number to the nearest ten.

Q9:

Estimate 3,546+3,546 by rounding each number to the nearest ten.

Q10:

Estimate 2,145+123 by rounding each number to the tens place.

Q11:

Fill in the blank: 2,598+3,497<2,117+.

Q12:

Madison has saved $4,279 to pay for a vacation. She spends $1,115 on a hotel and $978 on flights.

First, estimate the amount she has left by rounding each number to the nearest hundred.

  • A$2,300
  • B$2,200
  • C$2,000
  • D$2,100
  • E$1,200

Find the exact answer. Use your estimate to check if your answer is reasonable.

  • A$2,186
  • B$2,168
  • C$2,201
  • D$2,179
  • E$2,164

Q13:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 1,963+6,2793,017+6,225.

  • A<
  • B>
  • C=

Q14:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 1,135+6464,369+222.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

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