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).
Mandale company secretary Joe Darragh said: "It is just a guestimate but we are looking at six weeks before we reopen the road.
At the moment, Thursday or Friday seems a safer guestimate,'' said Clive.
While it is difficult to be precise on assessing Nottingham at present, I would guestimate Jurassic Jack's semi-final win would rate somewhere in the region of 110, putting him in the upper-echelon of the current crop of useful puppies.
And based on that guestimate the patient can end their life?
20sec effort over Nottingham's 700 metres when he defeated Clacton Black a short head, and I guestimate his performance as worthy of a mark of 108.
TOYOTA has announced prices for its new iQ city car and they're very different from my guestimate of what the car would cost when we heard about it earlier in the year.
So let's go with pounds 300m as our guestimate of the value of the deal.
As soon as you don't mark your ball and you come back next morning and it is not there, there is a guestimate to where your ball was and I guestimated too far off the realms of where it should have been.