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what is the range of the data set? x:4, 5,5,5, 6, 6, 7. y:1, 3, 1, 4, 5, 4, 8

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    Range is the difference between the largest number and smallest number

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    I know what range is I just don't know how to find it in this graph

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    do i find the range of the two sides?

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    Actually there are two ways you can understand this question. If you mean range as in "domain and range" then range refers to the entire y values. But if you mean range as I described before, then you need to subtract the smallest number from the largest from either the entire two variables as one group, or find the range in x and then do the same for y. But I don't know which one because I don't know what your exact topic of study is

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    I think it is the first one

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    because the answers on my worksheet for other questions like this the answers had 4 numbers..

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    That makes sense your numbers that are different from one another in y meaning they are not repeating, then your range would be 1,3,4,5,8

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    ok. thanks :)

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