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Q 1 - Estimate the quotient 3759 ÷ 836 by first rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 3759 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest thousand.

3759 rounds to nearest thousand as 4000 as hundreds digit 7 is > 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 836 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest hundred.

836 rounds to nearest hundred as 800 as tens digit 3 is < 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit is

4000 ÷ 800 = 5

Q 2 - Estimate the quotient 8103 ÷ 178 by first rounding each number to the nearest ten.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 8103 to nearest ten.

8103 rounds to nearest ten as 8100 as ones digit 3 is < 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 178 to nearest ten.

178 rounds to nearest ten as 180 as ones digit 8 is > 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number to the nearest ten is

8100 ÷ 180 = 45

Q 3 - Estimate the quotient 7623 ÷ 467 by first rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 7623 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest thousand.

7623 rounds to nearest thousand as 8000 as hundreds digit 6 is > 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 467 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest hundred.

467 rounds to nearest hundred as 500 as tens digit 6 is > 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit is

8000 ÷ 500 = 16

Q 4 - Estimate the quotient 3238 ÷ 760 by first rounding each number to the nearest hundred.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 3238 to nearest hundred.

3238 rounds to nearest hundred as 3200 as tens digit 3 is < 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 760 to nearest hundred.

760 rounds to nearest hundred as 800 as tens digit 6 is > 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number to the nearest hundred is

3200 ÷ 800 = 4

Q 5 - Estimate the quotient 8643 ÷ 478 by first rounding each number to the nearest ten.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 8643 to nearest ten.

8643 rounds to nearest ten as 8640 as ones digit 3 is < 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 478 to nearest ten.

478 rounds to nearest ten as 480 as ones digit 8 is > 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number to the nearest ten is

8640 ÷ 480 = 18

Q 6 - Estimate the quotient 9150 ÷ 360 by first rounding each number to the nearest hundred.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 9150 to nearest hundred.

9150 rounds to nearest hundred as 9200 as tens digit is 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 360 to nearest hundred.

360 rounds to nearest hundred as 400 as tens digit 6 is > 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number to the nearest hundred is

9200 ÷ 400 = 23

Q 7 - Estimate the quotient 3504 ÷ 248 by first rounding each number to the nearest ten.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 3504 to nearest ten.

3504 rounds to nearest ten as 3500 as ones digit 4 is < 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 248 to nearest ten.

248 rounds to nearest ten as 250 as ones digit 8 is > 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number to the nearest ten is

3500 ÷ 250 = 14

Q 8 - Estimate the quotient 9370 ÷ 346 by first rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 9370 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest thousand.

9370 rounds to nearest thousand as 9000 as hundreds digit 3 is < 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 346 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest hundred.

346 rounds to nearest hundred as 300 as tens digit 4 is < 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit is

9000 ÷ 300 = 30

Q 9 - Estimate the quotient 4549 ÷ 938 by first rounding each number to the nearest hundred.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 4549 to nearest hundred.

4549 rounds to nearest hundred as 4500 as tens digit 4 is < 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 938 to nearest hundred.

938 rounds to nearest hundred as 900 as tens digit 3 is < 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number to the nearest hundred is

4500 ÷ 900 = 5

Q 10 - Estimate the quotient 6978 ÷ 246 by first rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit.

**Step 1:**

Rounding 6978 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest thousand.

6978 rounds to nearest thousand as 7000 as hundreds digit 9 is > 5.

**Step 2:**

Rounding 246 so that it has only one non-zero digit is rounding it to nearest hundred.

246 rounds to nearest hundred as 200 as tens digit 4 is < 5.

**Step 3:**

The estimated quotient after rounding each number so that it has only one non-zero digit is

7000 ÷ 200 = 35

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