In a frequency distribution,

**class width**refers to the difference between the upper and lower boundaries of any class or category. It is calculated as:Class width = (max – min) / n

where:

*max*is the maximum value in a dataset*min*is the minimum value in a dataset*n*is the number of classes

To calculate class width, simply fill in the values below and then click the “Calculate” button.

Class Width: **3.5556**

**Explanation:**

Class Width = (max – min) / n

Class Width = (36 – 4) / 9 = **3.5556**

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if max=124 min=60 no. of classes=7

why is the result not 10, based on the class width should be rounded up?

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