# Question: 9 bill has competed in a local swimming race for...

###### Question details

9. Bill has competed in a local swimming race for the last five years. He has never won but every year he recorded the number of the lane used by the winner. The winning lanes were: 5, 2, 7, 3, 7.

The mode of the winning lane numbers is .

10. For the following group of data, calculate the range:

If we put these times in order, from lowest to highest, we get , , , , , (just put in the numbers, not the units). Looking at the ordered observations, we can see that the median time it took her to get home from university over these five days was minutes.

13.I recorded how long I waited for the bus on five separate days and I got the following wait times (recorded to the nearest minute): 15, 12, 17, 11, 14.

If I put these observations in order, lowest to highest, I get , , , , (just put in the numbers, with no units). By putting them in order, I can see that the median of my observations is minutes.