Class mid points and class interval or width, Mathematics

Class Mid points

This is very significant values which mark the center of a provided class. They are acquired by adding together the two limits of a provided class and dividing the result by 2.

Class interval or width

It is the difference between a lower class boundary and upper class boundary. The value normally measures the length of a provided class.

Age (yrs)

No. of Students (f)

mid points (x)

x-a = d

D/c = u

fu

15 - 19

21

17

-15

-3

-63

20 - 24

35

22

-10

-2

-70

25 - 29

38

27

-5

-1

-38

30 - 34

49

32(A)

0

0

0

35 - 39

31

37

+5

+

31

40 - 44

19

42

+10

+2

38

 

193

 

 

 

-102

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