### All Algebra II Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #41 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the set:

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**Correct answer:**

To find the range of a set subtract the smallest number in the set from the largest number in the set:

The largest number is in green:

The smallest number is in blue:

Therefore the range is their difference,

### Example Question #81 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the set:

**Possible Answers:**

**Correct answer:**

To find the range of a set subtract the smallest number in the set from the largest number in the set:

The largest number is in green:

The smallest number is in blue:

Therefore the range is their difference,

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### Example Question #81 : Basic Statistics

What is the range of the following data set?

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**Correct answer:**

What is the range of the following data set?

The range is found by taking the difference between the largest and smallest value in the data set.

Largest: 103

Smallest: 1

So our range is

### Example Question #83 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the following dataset:

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**Correct answer:**

The range is the difference of the largest and the smallest number.

The largest number in this set is . The smallest number in this set is .

Subtract these numbers.

### Example Question #42 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the dataset.

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**Correct answer:**

The range of the dataset is the difference of the highest and lowest numbers. Determine the highest number. The highest number in the set is .

The lowest number is .

Subtract these numbers.

### Example Question #43 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the dataset:

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**Correct answer:**

The range is the difference of the highest and lowest number. In order to determine the highest and lowest fraction in the dataset, we must convert each fraction to a like denominator and compare.

The least common denominator for these fractions is . Reconvert all fractions with a denominator of 24 in order to compare numerators. Multiply the numerators with what was multiplied on the denominator to get the least common denominator.

The largest number is: or

The smallest number is: or

Subtract these numbers.

The range is:

### Example Question #44 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the following data set:

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**Correct answer:**

Find the range of the following data set:

The range is simply the distance between the largest and smallest value.

Let's begin by finding our two extreme values:

Largest: 2952

Smallest: 1

So our range is 2951

### Example Question #84 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of this data set:

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**Correct answer:**

Find the range of this data set:

To begin, let's put our numbers in increasing order:

Next, find the difference between our largest and smallest number. This is our range:

So our answer is 922

### Example Question #45 : Basic Statistics

Find the range of the following data set:

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**Correct answer:**

Find the range of the following data set:

Let's begin by putting our data in increasing order:

Next, find the difference between our first and last numbers. This will be our range.

So our answer is 566

### Example Question #46 : Basic Statistics

Mrs. Potter gave a test to her Algebra II class, and the scores were as follows:

What is the range of the test scores?

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**Correct answer:**

The range is simply the maximum value minus the minimum value. The highest test score was , and the lowest was .

, so the range of the test scores was 27.

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