### Video Transcript

The coach of a school basketball
team recorded the statistics of three players in a tournament as follows. Fady: seven matches, 15 shots, and
five goals. Bassem: 13 matches, 24 shots, and
eight goals. And Nabil: 16 matches, 23 shots,
and 19 goals. Arrange this data in a matrix where
the rows represent the players from least goals to most, the first column gives the
number of matches, the second column gives the number of shots, and the third column
gives the number of goals.

In this question, we are given the
number of matches, shots, and goals for three basketball players in a
tournament. We are asked to arrange the data in
a matrix. This will be a three-by-three
matrix, as there are three players and three pieces of information about each of
them. We are told that the first column
should represent the number of matches; the second column, the number of shots; and
the third column, the number of goals. The rows need to represent the
players from least goals to most.

The three players scored five,
eight, and 19 goals, respectively. This means that the data is already
in the correct order. The first row will represent Fady,
the second Bassem, and the third Nabil. In the first row, we have the
numbers seven, 15, and five, the number of matches, shots, and goals that Fady
had. In the second row, we have the
numbers 13, 24, and eight and, finally, in the third row, the numbers 16, 23, and
19. The three-by-three matrix that
represents the data that the coach collected is seven, 15, five, 13, 24, eight, 16,
23, 19.