Use estimation to add lots of numbers together in this fast math lesson!
There is nothing worse that getting to the checkout when your shopping and realising you don't have enough money (OK - a slight exaggeration - there are plenty of worse things!). Use estimation to make a reasonable guess at how much your shopping bill will be! To do this we determine what is the significant value, when use rounding to rapidly add numbers together for a fairly accurate result. A quick and simple math lesson.
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