ANSWERThe 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 26 and the lowest score is 12. The range is r= 26- 12= 14
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Since the range is the difference between the greatest and least numbers in a given set of numbers which are 12 and 26.
So 26 - 12 = 14
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