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Range may refer to:
Mathematics, science, and technology
- Range (mathematics), a set containing the output values produced by a function
- Interval (mathematics), also called range, a set of real numbers that includes all numbers between any two numbers in the set
- Range (statistics), the difference between the highest and the lowest values in a set
- Projective range, a line or a conic in projective geometry
- Column space, also called the range of a matrix, is the set of all possible linear combinations of the column vectors of the matrix
- Range (geographic) Chain of hills or mountains; a somewhat linear, complex mountainous or hilly area (cordillera, sierra).
- Mountain range, a group of mountains bordered by lowlands.
- Range (particle radiation), the distance a charged particle travels before stopping
- Range (biology), the geographical area where a species can be found
- Range (music), the set of notes a musical instrument can play, or that are used in a piece of music
- Vocal range, the breadth of pitch that a human voice can produce
- Range (computer science), the set of allowed values for a variable
- Range (aircraft), the distance an aircraft can fly
- Range of a projectile, the potential distance a projectile can be hurled by a firearm or cannon
- Slant range, distance between two objects on different levels
- United States
- Shooting range, a controlled environment where weapons are fired at targets
- Rangeland, in ranching
- Driving range, an area where golfers can practice their swing
- Rosslyn Range, an American long jumper
- Kitchen stove, or range, an appliance used for cooking food
- Range, a pair of navigational beacons whose line indicates a channel. If lighted they are called Leading lights in Britain or range lights in the USA
- A term used to identify a survey township
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