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A coach of a school basketball team recorded the statistics of three players in a tournament as follows.
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Scott: seven games, 15 shots, and five goals.
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Gregory: 13 games, 24 shots, and eight goals.
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And Jason: 16 games, 23 shots, and 19 goals.
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Order these data in a matrix where the rows represent the players from least goals to the most.
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The first column gives the number of games.
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The second column gives the number of shots.
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And the third column gives the number of goals.
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So our rows need to represent the players from least goals to the most.
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Scott had five goals.
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Gregory had eight goals.
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And Jason had 19 goals.
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So it would go Scott then Gregory then Jason.
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The first column represents the number of games.
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The second column represents the number of shots.
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And the third represents the number of goals.
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So now we can put our numbers into our matrix.
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Scott had seven games, 15 shots, and five goals.
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Gregory had 13 games, 24 shots, and eight goals.
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And Jason had 16 games, 23 shots, and 19 goals.
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So this would be our final matrix.