IN MATH: 1. n. the set of all possible values, the y-values, in a function, relation, set of ordered pairs, or graph; "how far the y can go." EX. The range of the square root function is all non-negative numbers or the set of y such that . 2. n. in descriptive statistics, the difference between the highest and lowest pieces of data.

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. a flat open cooking surface. EX. Put the teapot on the range. 2. v. to wander or to wander within certain bounds. 3. n. the distance or area over which wandering is possible. 4. n. a set of connected mountains.

APPLICATION: See list 90 and 300.

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