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RangePlease enter data above to calculate the range.
ExplanationThe range is a measure of how widely the data varies. It is useful when you want to compare the largest data point with the smallest data point, in order to determine the greatest difference between any two points.
For example, if you measured the temperatures throughout the day as 18, 19, 21, 21, 20, 19, 17 (celsius degrees), then you would note that the lowest temperature is 17 degrees, and the highest temperature is 21 degrees. This would give a range of 4 degrees, which tells you how much difference there is between the high temperature and the low temperature.
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