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Spent $593, about how much would you have left? You want an estimate of the amount of money you have left. One way to estimate the answer is to round each number to the greatest place value. The greatest place value for 842 and 593 is the hundreds place. To estimate to the hundreds place, see if the number in the tens place is greater, equal to, or less than 5. 500 550 600 650 700 593 has a 9 in the tens place. The digit 9 is 5 or more. 593 is closer to 600 than to 500. Round 593 to 600. 34 750 800 850 900 842 has a 4 in the tens place.
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Subtraction Made Easy by Rebecca Wingard-Nelson