# My Math Project

### Comparing Estimates

## Welcome!

## The Project

## Mathematical Comparisons

Ron's Guess: 47 million too high (204% above amount)

Anna's Guess: 21 million too low (91% less than amount)

Hannah's Guess: 2 million too high (9% above amount)

Elissa's Guess: 77 million too high (235% above amount)

Aenne's Guess: 6 million too high (26% above amount)

Daniel's Guess: 8 million too high (35% above amount)

Sasha's Guess: 177 million too high (670% above amount)

Debbie's Guess: 7 million too high (30% above amount)

Brody's Guess: 7 million too high (30% above amount)

Luz' Guess: 1 million too low (4% below amount)

Bartol's Guess: 3 million too low (13% below amount)

Maxim's Guess: 6 million too low (26% below amount)

Megan's Guess: 7 million too high (30% above amount)

Vera's Guess: 20 million too low (87% below amount)

Branson's Guess: 17 million too low (74% below amount)

Sveta's Guess: exact (she already knew the population)

Travis' Guess: 1 million too low (4% below amount)

Woo Young's Guess: 22 million 700 thousand too low

(about 99% below amount)

Claire's Guess: 3 million too low (13% below amount)

Erik's Guess: 3 million too low (13% below amount)

Annika's Guess: 14 million too low (61% below amount)

Kendra's Guess: 18 million too low (78% below amount)

Gwen's Guess: 22 1/2 too low (98% too low)

Balint's Guess: 47 million too high (204% above amount)

Sam's Guess: 1 million too low (4% below amount)

## Final Paragraph

**Australia**and I think that they thought that I meant the population of Austria. It is not impossible for sixth graders to make such a mistake because they are still kids and are not that careful.