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Q: How do you get the range from a group of numbers?

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The range of a group of numbers is equal to the difference between the smallest and the largest numbers in the group.

The range

The range.

Median means average, and range is the range of numbers in a group. For example, the range is from 52 to 71. I don't know what a mode is.

To find the range of a group of numbers, subtract the smallest from the largest. examples: * range of {6, 8, 12, 19, 27} is 27 - 6 = 21 * range of {5, -2, 1, 10, 18} is 18 - (-2) = 18 + 2 = 20

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The range of a group of numbers is equal to the difference between the smallest and the largest numbers in the group.

The range of a group of numbers is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers

No it can not.

To get the range of a group of numbers you subtract the smaller number from the larger one The mean is the "average" for a group of numbers to get the mean you add all the numbers together. Then divide that number by the number in the group.

The range

The range.

You find the biggest # and the smallest # in the group and subtract the smallest # from the biggest #.

Median means average, and range is the range of numbers in a group. For example, the range is from 52 to 71. I don't know what a mode is.

the highest number takeaway the lowest number (from a group of numbers)

To find the range of a group of numbers, subtract the smallest from the largest. examples: * range of {6, 8, 12, 19, 27} is 27 - 6 = 21 * range of {5, -2, 1, 10, 18} is 18 - (-2) = 18 + 2 = 20

Take the biggest number and subtract it by the smallest number

If 0 is the smallest value in your data, then yes use zero to find the range.

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