Name:    Lesson 1: The Range of a Set of Data

1.

Using the graph below, what is the range of the data?

 a. 20-50 b. 15-50 c. 15-20 d. 15-30

2.

What is the range of the following set of data?

45, 65, 12, 34, 31
 a. 12-45 b. 31-65 c. 31-34 d. 12-65

3.

What is the range of the following set of data?

3.4, 5.6, 7.6, 2.1, 6.0
 a. 3.4 - 6.0 b. 2.1 - 7.6 c. 5.6 - 6.0 d. 2.1 - 5.6

4.

Use the following graph to answer the questions below.

When did John weigh the least?
 a. 1991 b. 1992 c. 1993 d. 1994

5.

When did John weigh the most?
 a. 1991 b. 1992 c. 1993 d. 1995

6.

What is the range of years the data was collected over?
 a. 66-76 b. 68-74 c. 1992-1995 d. 1991-1995

7.

What is the range of John’s weight?
 a. 66-76 b. 68-74 c. 1991-1995 d. 1991-1994

8.

What is the range of the following set of data?

3421, 6547, 7890, 3213, 4533
 a. 3421-4533 b. 3421-6547 c. 3421-7890 d. 3213-7890

9.

Which is the lowest value?
 a. 3421 b. 3213 c. 4533 d. 7890

10.

Which is the greatest value?
 a. 7890 b. 4533 c. 3421 d. 7990