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Probability and Statistics

Probability and Statistics

Discrete v. Continuous Data Exercises

Example 1

Determine if the following set of data is discrete or continuous:

The heights of your classmates.

Example 2

Determine if the following set of data is discrete or continuous:

The number of books on your shelves.

Example 3

Determine if the following set of data is discrete or continuous:

The weights of watermelons.

Example 4

Determine if the following set of data is discrete or continuous:

The age of a person.

Example 5

Determine if the following set of data is discrete or continuous:

The number of words in a book.

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