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What is the difference between class limits and class boundaries?

A) Class limits are the numbers that separate classes without forming gaps between them. Class boundaries are the least and greatest numbers that can belong to the class. For integer data, the corresponding class limits and class boundaries are the same.

B) Class limits are the least and greatest numbers that can belong to the class. Class boundaries are the numbers that separate classes without forming gaps between them. For integer data, the corresponding class limits and class boundaries are the same.

C) Class limits are the least and greatest numbers that can belong to the class. Class boundaries are the numbers that separate classes without forming gaps between them. For integer data, the corresponding class limits and class boundaries differ by 0.5.

D) Class limits are the numbers that separate classes without forming gaps between them. Class boundaries are the least and greatest numbers that can belong to the class. For integer data, the corresponding class limits and class boundaries differ by 1.

E) Class limits are the numbers that separate classes without forming gaps between them. Class boundaries are the least and greatest numbers that can belong to the class. For integer data, the corresponding class limits and class boundaries differ by 0.5.
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The wording is kind of confusing to me, but I'm leaning towards B but not entirely sure if that's correct since class limits define what are the least and greats numbers that can belong to the class is true. But I don't understand the "for integer data" part mostly. Any help is greatly appreciated!!

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  1. It's C because class limits and class boundaries cannot be the same!

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