Asked Jan 18, 2020

Smartphones Students in a statistics class record the exact lengths of times that they surreptitiously use their smartphones during class.


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In this case, we need to check whether the data ‘Smart phones’ represents a discrete or a continuous data set.

Step 2

Discrete data:

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

Continuous data:...

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