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class limits

[′klas ¦lim·its]
(statistics)
The lower and upper limits of a class interval.
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A similar study was carried out in Colombia Using the third quartile as up class limit of the distance (m) registered by GPS in each activity (Resting, Grazing and Traveling) of cows, defined classes of observed activities.
While Sarkisian was rebuilding the Huskies, the Trojans were handcuffed by harsh NCAA penalties - including having the program's 2004 BCS championship vacated, a two-year bowl ban, an active scholarship limit of 75 and recruiting class limits of 15 - after Carroll left for the Seattle Seahawks and won a Super Bowl.
The Insurance Authority also has issued guidelines on investment class limits, in order to restrict the exposure a company can have to a particular asset class.
The voltage distortion and current harmonic data were checked against IEC class limits for pass or fail detection.