Upper Class Limits Definition

An upper class limits is the Maximum value within a class limit.
Example of the Upper Class Limits or Maximum Class limit are bold:

Frequency Distribution:
Calories of a beverage

Calories

Frequency (Occurrences)

151-200

1

201-250

2

251-300

5

301-350

3

351-400

5

401-450

4

(… to Upper Class Limit)  Generally one defines the lower limits.  This is why generally the upper class limit is dependent on the initial lower class limit and the distance between the limits.

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