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StatisticsQ&A LibraryDiscrete/Continuous Data Which of the following describe discrete data?a. The numbers of people surveyed in each of the next several years for the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveysb. The exact foot lengths (measured in cm) of a random sample of statistics studentsc. The exact times that randomly selected drivers spend texting while driving during the past 7 daysQuestion

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Discrete/Continuous Data Which of the following describe discrete data?

a. The numbers of people surveyed in each of the next several years for the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys

b. The exact foot lengths (measured in cm) of a random sample of statistics students

c. The exact times that randomly selected drivers spend texting while driving during the past 7 days

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*Discrete data*:

When the values in a data set are countable, that is, if space exists between any two values of a data set, it is termed as discrete data. In discrete data, the number of values considered would be finite and are quantitative values.

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