# Algebra II : Basic Statistics

## Example Questions

### Example Question #81 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range of the following numbers:

Explanation:

The range is defined as the difference of the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is 41.

The lowest number is 3.

Subtract both numbers.

### Example Question #82 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range:

Explanation:

Simplify the terms inside the dataset.

Reorganize the set from least to greatest.

The range is the difference of the highest and lowest numbers.

### Example Question #83 : Basic Statistics

Solve for the range:

Explanation:

The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers.

Identify the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is:

The lowest number is:

Subtract the numbers.

### Example Question #84 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range of the following numbers:

Explanation:

The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers in the data set.

The highest number is:

The lowest number is:

Subtract both numbers.  Remember to brace negative values in parentheses.

The range is:

### Example Question #85 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range of the numbers:

Explanation:

The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is:

The smallest number is:

Subtract both numbers.  Use parentheses to enclose the negative value.

### Example Question #86 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range of the numbers:

Explanation:

The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is 11.

The smallest number is negative three.

Subtract both numbers.  Use parentheses to embrace the negative value.

### Example Question #87 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range of the following numbers:

Explanation:

Identify the highest and lowest numbers.  The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is:

The smallest number is:

Subtract both numbers.  Enclose the negative value in parentheses.

The range is:

### Example Question #88 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range of the following lengths in inches:  Thirty feet, ninety inches, seven yards, and ten yards.

Explanation:

Convert all dimensions to inches in order to compare the lengths.

There are 12 inches to a foot, and 3 feet to a yard.  Convert each dimension to inches if they have not been done so.

We can determine that 360 inches is the largest dimension, and 90 inches is the smallest dimension.

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

Subtract both dimensions.

The range is:

### Example Question #89 : Basic Statistics

What is the range of the numbers?

Explanation:

The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers.

Identify the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is:

The lowest number is:

Subtract both numbers.

The range is:

### Example Question #90 : Basic Statistics

Determine the range:

Explanation:

The range is the difference between the highest and lowest numbers.

Identify the highest and lowest numbers.

The highest number is 5.

The smallest number is:

Subtract the two numbers. Use parentheses to brace the negative number.