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State whether the data described below are discrete or​ continuous, and explain why.The widths (in centimeters) of different paintings in an art museumnothingChoose the correct answer below.A. The data are continuous because the data can only take on specific values.B. The data are discrete because the data can only take on specific values.C. The data are discrete because the data can take on any value in an interval.D. The data are continuous because the data can take on any value in an interval.Kindly answer the question and a brief explanation of how you came to your conclusion.Thank you

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State whether the data described below are discrete or​ continuous, and explain why.
The widths (in centimeters) of different paintings in an art museum

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Choose the correct answer below.
A. The data are continuous because the data can only take on specific values.

B. The data are discrete because the data can only take on specific values.

C. The data are discrete because the data can take on any value in an interval.

D. The data are continuous because the data can take on any value in an interval.

Kindly answer the question and a brief explanation of how you came to your conclusion.

Thank you

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Discrete data means, The data which is based on only a finite number of values that is variable takes only one value at a time.

Step 2

According to given example, the widths of different paintings in an a...

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