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# Lesson Worksheet: Estimating Products: Multiplying Numbers up to Four Digits Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using rounding and compatible numbers to estimate the products of four- and two-digit numbers.

**Q1: **

Estimate the product of 467 and 187 by calculating .

**Q2: **

Use rounding to the nearest 100 to estimate the product of and decide whether it is Greater than or Less than 15,000.

- ALess than 15,000
- BGreater than 15,000

**Q3: **

Estimate the product by rounding to the nearest hundred.

**Q4: **

Scarlett estimated the product of by rounding both numbers to the nearest ten. Which of the following is a better estimate of this product?

- A57,525
- B58,000
- C59,000
- D56,550
- E58,500

**Q5: **

Find the nearest approximation to .

- A50,000
- B5,000,000
- C500,000
- D5,000

**Q7: **

Which of the following is **not** a reasonable estimate for
?

- A
- B
- C
- D

**Q8: **

Madison and Benjamin estimated the product of . Madison got 80,000 and Benjamin got 60,000. Whose estimate is unreasonable?

- ABenjamin
- BMadison

**Q9: **

Estimate by rounding both 269 and 926 to the nearest hundred.

Calculate . Use your estimate to check that your answer is reasonable.

**Q10: **

The estimate of by rounding the first number to the nearest thousand is .

- A25 000
- B40 000
- C20 000
- D50 000