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Take the biggest number(9) and subtract it by the smallest number(1)

Subtract the highest number in a set of numbers by the smallest.

That doesn't matter. Subtract the smallest number from either one of them.

To find range in a number set, subtract the smallest number from the largest. This is used to determine the size of the range and how close the numbers are to one another.

To find the mode you add all the numbers together, then divide by the amount of numbers you added. To find the median you take the largest number, subtract the smallest number, divide that by two and add it to the smallest number.

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You have to rearange the numbers in order, (either from least to greatest or greatest to least) then you have to subtract them from the larger number to the smallest number, and that is your range.  You're welcome!

take the largest number in the sample and subtract the smallest number that is the range

you take the biggest number and subtract it by the smallest number.

Take the biggest number and subtract it by the smallest number

Yes you can. You subtract the smallest number from the largest.

Subtract the smallest number from the largest one.

Take the biggest number(9) and subtract it by the smallest number(1)

least to greatest

The range is the difference between the highest number and the lowest number. To find the range you subtract the smallest number from the largest number.

Subtract the highest number in a set of numbers by the smallest.

That doesn't matter. Subtract the smallest number from either one of them.

Range is the biggest number in a set of data subtracted by the smallest number in that set of data.