Upper and Lower Bounds



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12 Responses

  1. georgette says:

    this was very helpful thank you

  2. kolten says:

    Thanks.This helped me a lot

  3. asif ali says:

    thanks a lot it solved my problem

  4. ratata says:

    how about for graphs when you have been given a table, and you have to find lower and upper bound for scatter graphs

  5. Rachel says:

    THANX A MILLION!!!!!!!!

  6. Luna says:

    This helped me so much. Thank You!

  7. Nasir ali says:

    S={1,2,3,………..10} in this set what is the lower and upper bound

    • Yvonne Vella says:

      I cannot understand why the upper bound goes above the bound. Let me explain. Let us suppose that we have to find the upper and lower bounds of 250 correct to the nearest ten. I agree that the lower bound is 245 but I cannot understand why the upper bound should be 255. According to normal practice if we are asked to express 255 to the nearest ten we would give it as 260 and not 250. Do you think you can enlighten me on this point?

  8. hafizan says:

    how about if the example state 2.08??
    so,the upper and lower>>??

  9. Abu Said says:

    This was very helpful indeed… I previously tried to understand it from my Son’s textbook but with little luck and within 5 minutes through your illustration made look like ridiculously simple!! thanx

  10. Alyssa Maiden says:

    I understand the first part where you explain about the upper bound and the lower bound, but when I see the working, I kind of get confused.

  11. Fazal says:

    The length of a side of a square is given as d cm, correct to the nearest 10 cm.
    Find an expression in terms of d for please solve this for me

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