Range (Grade 6)

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Range

1. 
The difference between the highest value and the lowest value of a set of data.
  1. interquartile range
  2. range
  3. variation
  4. median
2. 
Which two numbers would be used to find the range in the set of numbers below?

2, 5, 16, 18, 16, 6, 14
  1. 2 and 14
  2. 5 and 18
  3. 2 and 18
  4. 5 and 14
3. 
What is the range of the following group of numbers?

5, 8, 10, 17, 3, 9
  1. 11
  2. 12
  3. 13
  4. 14
4. 
The outdoor temperature, in degrees Fahrenheit, is recorded at noon for ten consecutive school days. The measurements were as follows:

[math]37deg, 42deg, 38deg, 26deg, 35deg, 25deg, 38deg, 34deg, 28deg, 23deg[/math]

What is the range of temperatures?
  1. 35 degrees
  2. 33 degrees
  3. 19 degrees
  4. 22 degrees
5. 
Sally went bowling with her friends on Saturday. She bowled 5 games and her scores were 149, 183, 149, 193, and 147. What is the range of her scores?
  1. 2
  2. 44
  3. 46
  4. 149
6. 
Gertrude started to run marathons. In one year, her times were 6.5 hrs, 5.3 hrs, 6.9 hrs, 5.9 hrs, 7.1 hrs, and 6.2 hrs. What is the range of her data?
  1. 2.1 hours
  2. 6.4 hours
  3. 1.8 hours
  4. 7.1 hours
7. 
What is the range of the data below?

18.2, 7.4, 9.7, 10.8, 18.0, 7.4, 6.5
  1. 7.4
  2. 9.7
  3. 11.1
  4. 11.7
8. 
The range of prices of television sets at the B&Q Electronic Store is $500.00. If the lowest price for a television is $350.00, what is the highest price for a television?
  1. $850.00
  2. $500.00
  3. $400.00
  4. $350.00
9. 
Jeff went bowling with his buddies. He bowled 6 games and his scores were 150, 175, 199,
205, 180, and 176. What is the range of his scores?





10. 
Ling competes as a long jumper at track and field meets. Her best jump from each of the last six track meets is listed below:

14 feet 5 inches
15 feet 0 inches
14 feet 7 inches
13 feet 9 inches
15 feet 2 inches
14 feet 5 inches

What is the range of her jumps in feet and inches?



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