StatGrid ChallengeArrange the numbers one to nine in a three by three grid to obtain the given means, medians and ranges. 
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To find the mean of a set of values add them together then divide by the number of values.
Example: find the mean of 8,9,10: 8+9+10=27, 27÷3=9: The mean is 9
To find the median of a set of values arrange them in order then choose the middle value. If their are two middle values select the answer that is half way between those values.
Example: find the median of 4,12,7,6: In order 4,6,7,12: (6+7)÷2: The median is 6.5
A formula for finding which is the middle value if there are N values is (N+1)/2. You can see why there is an 'add one' here.
The range of a set of values is the smallest value subtracted from the largest.
Example: find the range of 2,4,4,1: 41=3: The range is 3.
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