4 grade math

the estimate the number of cans of soda thet drink each week?

number of student just pretend this is a bar graph. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7. number of student.number of can of soda
2 students of zero and 3 can of soda for 3 students,2 soda of 4 students,
3 can soda 1 student and 5 can of 3 students, 6 can of 5 students, 7 can of 5 students, 8 can of 1 student.
what is the rang of number of cans?

what is the mode of the number of can?

what is the median of the number of cans?

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