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# Compute the range for each set of numbers. 4. {7, 7, 8, 12, 14, 14, 14, 14, 15, 15}

• Réponse publiée par: kimashleybartolome

Subject: Mathematics

RANGE

The range is the difference between the greatest and least value in a set of data or simply difference of the highest score minus the lowest score. In the given data the highest score is 15 and the lowest score is 7. The range is r= 15- 7= 8

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3. The topic is about  how to find range:

Code:

8.3.3.10.2.

• Réponse publiée par: nelgelinagudo

8

Step-by-step explanation:

Since the range is the difference between the greatest and the least numbers of a given set of numbers which are 7 and 15.

So 15 - 7 = 8

to solve for the time of each printer, divide the given rate from the work done

step-by-step explanation:

q: how did you compute the time of each printer?

given the following:

"you printed your 40-page reaction paper. you observed that printer a in the internet shop stopped printing in two "

from the text, we can know the rate of printer a.

rate = work done divided by the time it took to have the work done.

rate =

rate of printer a =

time = work done divided by the rate

by using fraction or ratio and proportion, we can solve the following problems:

1. 45 pages = w minute/s

2. 150 pages = y minute/s

let w, y, be real numbers.

to solve for 1, we will equate the given rate with the problem. simply put:

=

by cross multiplication,

40w = 45 * 2

solving for w,

w =

w = = 2.25

the rate for 1 is equals to

to solve for 2,

=

by cross multiplication,

40y = 150 * 2

solving for y,

y =

w = = 7.5

the rate for 2 is equals to

" printer b can print x pages per minute, how long will it take to print p "

from the text, the rate of printer b is given.

rate of printer b =

1. 30 pages = r minute/s

2. 35 pages = s minute/s

let r, s, be real numbers.

to solve for 1, we will equate the given rate with the problem. simply put:

=

by cross multiplication,

x * r = 30 * 1

solving for r,

r =

r =

to solve for 2,

=

by cross multiplication,

x * s = 35 * 1

solving for s,

s =

s =

code: 8.3.1.2.1.