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Ch 14: CHSPE Mathematic Processes: Estimation & Rounding

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Review the mathematical applications of estimation and rounding as you view and work through these video lessons. This skill will be of great value in helping you to solve problems and select correct answers to some of the math questions on the CHSPE exam.

CHSPE Mathematic Processes: Estimation & Rounding - Chapter Summary

The ability to estimate and round numbers is a useful shortcut when you are working math problems, whether you're preparing for an exam or completing a classroom assignment. It also has many applications in daily life. These video lessons reinforce those skills by reviewing the following information:

  • Definition and explanation of estimation
  • How to round numbers to 1,000, etc.
  • Rounding decimals and mixed numbers, finding missing digits
  • How to estimate when adding and subtracting decimals

Our study guide is designed to be mobile, which allows you to access it from your laptop, smartphone, notebook or tablet in any location that provides access to the Internet. This enables you to continue your studies even if you're traveling so you never need to interrupt your work.

CHSPE Mathematic Processes: Estimation & Rounding Chapter Objectives

If you are at least 16 years old and have completed the tenth grade, you may be eligible to receive a Certificate of Proficiency by taking and passing the CHSPE exam, a standardized high-school equivalency test recognized under California law. The CHSPE exam consists of two major sections. These are mathematics and English language arts. The lessons in the Estimation & Rounding chapter of our CHSPE Test prep study guide address some of the questions in the math section. You will encounter 50 questions on the math subtest.

All of the 182 questions that make up the overall test are multiple choice in format, with the exception of a writing task contained in the language arts subtest. The test is paper-based, so you are advised to bring two sharpened #2 pencils with you.

6 Lessons in Chapter 14: CHSPE Mathematic Processes: Estimation & Rounding
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
How to Estimate in Math: Definition & Concept

1. How to Estimate in Math: Definition & Concept

Learn how to use estimate values in this lesson. It can help you answer math problems that use more complicated numbers and even make it easier to split a check at the restaurant next time you are out with friends!

Rounding Numbers to the Nearest 1000, 10,000 & 100,000

2. Rounding Numbers to the Nearest 1000, 10,000 & 100,000

After watching this video lesson, you will be able to round larger numbers like a pro. Learn what the cutoff numbers are for rounding up and down to the nearest thousand, ten thousand and hundred thousand.

How to Round Decimals

3. How to Round Decimals

After watching this video lesson, you will be able to look at any decimal number and round it any which way you want. Learn the tipping point that determines whether to go up to the next number or not.

How to Round Mixed Numbers

4. How to Round Mixed Numbers

After watching this video lesson, you should be able to round mixed numbers easily and quickly. You will learn about what number to look at to determine whether you should round up or round down.

Estimating the Sum & Difference Between Two Decimals

5. Estimating the Sum & Difference Between Two Decimals

In this video lesson, you will learn how to take an addition or subtraction problem with decimals and estimate the answer by rounding. You will learn that a rounded answer is very close to the actual answer.

Rounding Decimals & Finding the Missing Digit

6. Rounding Decimals & Finding the Missing Digit

After watching this video lesson, you will learn how to round decimals and how to use your knowledge of rounding to help you find a missing digit. Learn what the difference is between rounding decimals and rounding regular numbers.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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