##### Asked by: Ercilia Hackerschmied

asked in category: General Last Updated: 10th May, 2020# What is inclusive in statistics?

**Inclusive**. Including the endpoints of an interval. For example, "the interval from 1 to 2,

**inclusive**" means the closed interval written [1, 2]. See also.

Similarly, you may ask, what is inclusive method in statistics?

**Inclusive** Class Interval: When the lower and the upper class limit is included, then it is an **inclusive** class interval. For example - 220 - 234, 235 - 249 .. etc. are **inclusive** type of class intervals. Usually in the case of discrete variate, **inclusive** type of class intervals are used.

One may also ask, what is inclusive and exclusive series in statistics? 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.

Likewise, what does it mean to be inclusive?

**Inclusive** is an adjective with several meanings: It can be used to describe something that's broad or extensive, such as thorough, **inclusive** research project. Or it describes a group that's particularly welcoming to all kinds of people.

What is inclusive and exclusive in math?

Originally Answered: What is the difference between **exclusive** or and **inclusive** or in discrete **math**? “**Exclusive** or” means “either this or that, but not both.” “**Inclusive** or” means “either this, or that, or both.” In standard **mathematical** nomenclature, “or” invariably means “**inclusive** or”.