# write 3 difference between inclusive and exclusive series.

when the data's are classified in such a way that the upper limit of the class interval is the lower limit of the succeeding class interval.it is called exclusive method of classifying data.

inclusive method is one in which the data are classified in such a way that both upper and lower limit of class interval are included in the same class

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• EXCLUSIVE - UNDER THIS METHOD CLASS INTERVALS ARE SO FIXED THAT UPPER LIMITS OF CLASS IS THE LOWER LIMIT OF THE NEXT CLASS
• INCLUSIVE - THE UPPER LIMIT OF ONE CLASS IS INCLUDED IN THE CLASS ITSELF THE UPPERLIMIT OF ONE CLASS IS ALL WAYS LESS THAN THE LOWER LIMIT OF THE NEXT CLASS
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EXCLUSIVE SERIES:Upper limit of first class is the lower limit of next class.
EG: 10-20
20-30
30-40
INCLUSIVE SERIES:Upper class limit of the first class > lower class limit of next class.
EG: 10-19
20-29
30-39
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Exclusive series:upper limit of first class is the lower limit of next class Eg:10-20 20-30 30-40 Inclusive series:upper class limit of the first class> lower than limit of next class Eg:10-19 20-29 30-39
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In inclusive series both upper limit and lower limit are included whereas in exclusive series only upper end is included . For ex. 20-30, 31-41 is an example of inclusive series and 20-30, 30-40 is an example of exclusive series
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1. In case of exclusive series, the upper limit of one class interval is the lower limit of the next class interval.
2. In case of exclusive series, value of the upper limit of a class is included in the lower limit of the next class interval. In inclusive series value of the upper limit of a class is included in that very class interval.
3. Exclusive series is useful whether the variables complete number or in decimals, but inclusive series is useful only when value is in complete number.
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