Range - statistical aspects of variability, Operation Management

Range - Statistical Aspects of Variability

The range is simply the difference between the highest and lowest measurements recorded. Let us say that, in this case, the highest measurement recorded was 522 mg and the lowest was 491 mg. The range is then: 

 Range = 522 -491 

            = 31mg

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