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  • Mode
  •                                                 Range
  • Volume of a rectangular prism
  • The mode is the number occured the most. Example: Sern is playing basket ball and her point tracker is 2,3,3,1,3. She shot a 2 pointer, (3)3 pointers, and a 1 pointer. Her tange is 3 because she mainly shot 3 Pointers.
  • Area Of A Triangle
  • The range is the difference between the greatest and least number. Example: Ms. morriset asked her class what was the range of 3,5,8,10,12. Jakaila said 8, Paris said 9 and Tamya said 5. Paris was right because if you subtract the greatest number(12) and the least number(3) you will get 9 for the range.
  • To find the volume of a rectangular prism you have to multiply the LxWxH. Example: Nick and Sern was in the car and sern asked do he know how to find the are of a rectangular prism with the length of 2 the height of 4 and the width of 3. Nick said sh=ure just multiply 2 by 4 by 3 and get 24 as the volume.
  • To find the area of a triangle you have to multiply the base by the height then divide by 2. Ex: Jack and Jill was told to find the area of the triangle of the roof. The Base was 3 ad the height of the slanted angle was 4, but since its slanted the triangle has to be split down the middle evenly, so half of 4 is 2. b(3) x h(2)=6 . You have to divide 6 by 2 and you will get the area of 3.
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