Guestimate


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Guestimate

The educated guess or estimate of an experienced architect, such as the approximation of total costs without having undertaken detailed calculations.
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Guestimate is a calculator game centred on multiplication of whole and decimal numbers (see blackline master of instructions for students at the end of this article).
This is a rough guestimate based on comparing the responses in British Columbia with the responses in Alberta, which in many of the other questions were very similar.
At the risk of hyperbolizing, I would guestimate that about 15% of the people I encountered had a physically or mentally challenged relative or friend that could benefit from the advances that now seem imminent.
Silly little squidgy drawings of a sun, a cloud, a rain pattern, and so on, are flung upon the map in random fashion, forcing every shepherd and traveling salesmen to squint mightily and guestimate rapidly under which silly symbol his planned route tomorrow falls.
The answer is just about 70, a guestimate stemming from a review of countries and multinational corporations according to the size of their annual output.
Pinpoints each person exactly where they are, not a 100-yard guestimate.
The PDW growls to life and spits brass at what I would guestimate to be 750 to 800 rpm.
The unofficial news from the Sky Blues camp is that there were no fresh face-to-talks yesterday and Friday's 'early next week' guestimate for an announcement has drifted to 'later this week.
We do not take a guestimate as to how many people might vote," Mr.
So bad, let's guestimate and say half a dozen college football teams would have routed them Monday night.
Mandale company secretary Joe Darragh said: "It is just a guestimate but we are looking at six weeks before we reopen the road.